Buick Rainier Lights

    About Buick Rainier Lighting

    In stock is a variety of first rate Buick Rainier lighting systems that have been manufactured and designed to perfectly fit your vehicle and function as expected. Boost your vehicle’s interior and exterior by installing the Rainier LED lighting parts that will instantly customize your vehicle and improve your safety on the road. Fog Light LED Bulbs by Lumen are the ideal car bulbs to increase the light output, safety and style of your fog lights. These Lumen LED bulbs have a light output of 360 degrees. Lumen gives you the choice of selecting from the two types of LEDs, that is, standard and Plasma LED bulbs, for virtually every part of your vehicle’s interior and exterior that illuminates. These LED Lumen lights will produce the brightest light that will allow a greater distance for you to see and be seen from in all weather conditions. The lights have been designed to fit original factory bulb sockets for easy installation. Other than using less heat, these lights provide a faster illumination, longer lifetime and are CAN BUS compatible. The Lumen fog Light LED bulb will make you enjoy cleaner-looking luminosity that dazzles the eye in a selection of colors.

    Light LED bars, headlights, factory tail lights, daytime running lights are more examples of the lighting products that will upgrade the light intensity of your Rainier. Replacement Headlights by Option-R is the unit to replace your hazed out, cracked or broken headlight assembly with. These precision fit assemblies attach to your car in exactly the same manner as your OEM headlights, making installation a drop in affair, requiring only simple hand tools. The entire assembly is completely sealed to prevent moisture from fogging inside of the lens or corroding the reflector or wiring. All the necessary installation hardware and accessories are included as it comes as a complete kit that is SAE approved.

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    Disclosure: Why Buick Rainier Was Dropped
    Disclosure: Why Buick Rainier Was Dropped

    Being based on the same architecture as Chevy TrailBlazer and GMC Envoy, the 2004 Rainier brought some variety in the company's models line up. Offered in CXL and CXL Plus trims, the Rainier carried a powerful 4.2 liter 6 cylinder engine as well as a 5.3 liter V8 engine as an optional offering. The model was dropped after 2007 production year, because of recalls which occured every production year. What exact problems did the vehicle feature in its last year of production? The Rainier's power steering hose didn't meet the standars. While turning the steering completely left or right when applying brakes, it was prone to fractures what caused the fluid leakage.

    While driving the models with hydro-boost power brakes, the additional braking effort was also required. The power steering fluid in its turn was more likely to be sprayed on hot engine components, causing fine in the components. With the presence of this problem, the dealers had to inspect the power steering hose and replace the component. As a result, it was detected that piping, hose, and other connections were affected on 123,592 untis. A big amount of recalls of Buick Rainier was one of the main reasons why the vehicle didn't gain any popularity.