Buick Rendezvous Repair Questions

I have a 2004 Buick Rainier am needing help on what's wrong. It starts but won't go forward or in reverse?

Question: HAVE 2004 BUICK RENDEZVOUS AND AM HAVING TROUBLE GETTING THE KEY IN AND OUT? I'VE BEEN HAVING A LITTLE LUCK WITH A FINGER NAIL FILE! IS THIS USUALLY A CONTINUING ISSUE? ABOUT HOW MUCH SHOULD IT COST TO FIX?

2005 Buick Rainier

Engine Size : 3.0
Question: getting a loud humming noise from right front wheel when going over 40 curving towards the right. Change tire but didn't help.

2005 Buick Rendezvous
Engine Size : V6
Question : Car won't start in park position all the time, most of the time you have to pull the gear shift forward and wiggle it and then it will start, I actually thought it had to be in Neutral, but I think it will also start when in D also. When it starts, the display area that tells what gear you are in is incorrect.

I have a 06 Rainer. Sunday night everything was fine. Monday morning when we were on our way to the store it would not shift and the speedometer did not work. Help!!

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Air Bag (SIR) System Function and Operation

The Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system supplements the protection offered by the driver and front passenger seat belts. The SIR system deploys an air bag from the center of the steering wheel and from the right side of the instrument panel. The knee bolsters and the steering column absorb crash energy. The driver and passenger knee bolsters are below the instrument panel.

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Common Engine Codes

Throttle Position Sensor Code P0121, P0122 and P0123

The throttle position (TP) sensor is used by the powertrain control module (PCM) to determine the throttle plate angle for various engine management systems. The TP sensor is a potentiometer type sensor with three circuits: a 5-volt reference, a low reference, and a signal. The PCM provides the TP sensor with a 5-volt reference circuit and a low reference circuit.

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