Buick - Electrical Part 3: Automotive Computer Operation (1990)

This video, Part 3 of a three-part video series taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-126), discusses theory of operation and application of the automotive computer systems used in early 1990s Buicks such as: the BCM (Body Control Module), ECM (Electronic Control Module), and PCM (Powertrain Control Module).

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Buick - Electrical Part 1: Understanding the Circuit (1990)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-124), is Part 1 of a 3-part video series on Electrical Issues. Part 1 covers the "basics" of electricity—Electricity 101 if you will, for the early 90s.





Buick - Electrical Diagnosis & Repair (1997)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-214), picks up where KH-213 (Buick Best Competition) leaves off and covers specific electrical concerns, their causes, and how to repair for late 90s Buick models. Topics addressed include: microprocessor IC upgrades, required tools, ABS traction problems, no starting condition, radio issues, glove box lamp, stuck DEFOG button, under-hood lamp switch, engine wiring harness, generator performance, taillight failure, door devices, drivability concerns, intermittent power windows, erratic power door locks, magnasteer problems, and MIL light ON.





Buick -- TEVES MK IV ABS/TCS Diagnostics (1994)
This video, taken from Buick's Know-how Series (KH-170/171), discusses the more common diagnostic and repair procedures for the TEVES MARK IV ABS/TCS System in 1991 through 1994 models. Topics include: preliminary visual inspection, wiring harness problems, diagnostic trouble codes, and speed sensors.





ECM/PCM Replacement
ECM/PCM Computer Replacement Engine control computers can be complicated and frequently high-priced products. Avoiding unnecessary replacements and warranty returns are important to professional technicians and consumers. Most problems resulting in warranty returns can be avoided by following the proper Before, During, and After installation procedures.




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