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  1. Would anybody be able to upload a picture of the air bag module mounting location on a 1990 Buick Reatta. I believe it’s by the glove compartment, but I can’t find any location point. Perhaps, it’s by the center console but have zero idea. I have looked on line. Thank you
  2. Would anybody be able to upload a picture of the air bag module mounting location on a 1990 Buick Reatta. I believe it’s by the glove compartment, but I can’t find any location point. Perhaps, it’s by the center console but have zero idea. I have looked on line. Thank you
  3. I have these parts for my 1990 regatta. Could anybody please help with identification and general location. I think “J” is located by glove box but not sure where it bolts to. Thank you.
  4. Does anybody know the location of the DERM module on a 1990 regatta? Also would anybody have a picture of it? Am I to understand that removing the fuse will dismantle the system and will the light be on in the dash. Thank you for any help.
  5. mattvh

    No crank

    Hi Ronnie, you got it right. The shifter assembly (3) was not attached to shift lever (5). I’m charging battery now. Thank you so much. Your helpful advice is truly appreciated. Hopefully in next couple days I can try to start the car. Thank you.
  6. mattvh

    No crank

    Thank you I will look at this. We have had cold rain and my dang job kept getting in the way
  7. mattvh

    No crank

    Ok thank you I will start on making sure the shifter is indeed in park. both by the symbol and also by linkage in that is may be stuck.
  8. mattvh

    No crank

    Hi I just purchased a 1990 Buick Reatta. It sat for a good 10 years I'm guessing. As of now, I have a no crank condition. Lights work, I tested starter and that works. Also, I cannot remove the key because I cannot get the ignition switch to go all the way back. Its cold here in Michigan, so I'm not sure if its weather related (the key not going all the way back) I do not want to force it. But again I have a no crank condition. I do not think any power is getting to the starter.