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  1. THE REATTA LOUNGE 1 2 3 4 18

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  2. Post Your Favorite Buick Reatta Videos 1 2

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  3. Installing valve body on master

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  4. Making modern drivetrain 1 2

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  5. Illuminated Interior panels

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  6. !!!!REAR STRUTS FOUND!!! 1 2 3 4

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  7. What did you do with your Reatta today. 1 2 3 4 43

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  8. Greetings!

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  9. Hard start/ long crank 1 2

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  10. MPG

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  11. Help! Stuck Cassette in Cassette Player!

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    • Buzzard67
      July of 2022 front yard Minnesota 1990 Buick Reatta 1989 Buick Regal custom
    • Buzzard67
      Hello everyone,  I looked in the how to section of this forum and could not find the answers to why my green backlight control panel lights are not working. The back light section of the light / park lights / fog / climate control are not working. 1st question which fuse controls these light green back lights. I just want to know for the future as I have pulled and checked every fuse to make sure they are not blown. 2nd if I have to chase down a wiring problem where would the experts start. 3rd I just took out my center console to change the light bulb for the shift indicator. I found a mouse nest. No chewed wirers I could see. But I had to splice into the ash tray light  to get the shift indicator light to work.   Is there any chance that the wire that goes to the shift indicator light also go to the green backlight? Or they run on the same fuse? Any help or Theories would be greatly apricated. Thanking you all  
    • Ronnie
      What kind of coupling did you use? What does it look like? Knowing that might help other people who might have to splice a brake line.
    • fun car guy
      I went to my local Autozone and they supplied a section of tubing that was already flared on one end with a coupling to extend the existing line.  I guess I should have known such a thing existed.  Thanks, man!
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