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I found what was causing the noise. There is a small metal plate, roughly sized and shaped like a one of those little wooden ice cream spoons that come with a Dixie cup. It is positioned suspending from the bottom of the hub parallel to the back of the rotor. On both sides of the car it was touching the rotor causing the noise. On the driver side the front ...


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You check engine oil with the engine OFF. Preferably at least about a minute or so after running. Hot or cold engine doesn't matter. Pull the stick out, wipe it, put it back, pull again and read.


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Here you go, "Tighten the nut to 30 N.m plus 120 degrees (22 lb ft plus 120 degrees). Inspect to ensure that 21/2-41/2 threads are visible above the nylon washer."


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You need to be totally sure the pressure switch/sensor port has a Schrader valve. You don't want to vent refrigerant into the atmosphere and also accidentally vent it where you don't want it to vent (it gets incredibly cold when it evaporates, believe me; also, the PAG oil that would spray together with the refrigerant is nasty stuff). I highly recommend ...


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Thank you everyone, the problem has solved. It was the low ac pressure switch, not high-pressure switch


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Depending on what year your LeCrosse came out will dictate what is specified for your vehicle. GM specified Dexron VI for all 2006-newer automatic vehicles. If yours is a 2005, it should be fine. With that said, it is absolutely NOT okay to use Dexron III (Dex3 - or any other Dexron) in place of Dexron VI (Dex6) fluid. Dex6 is a high-performance synthetic ...


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