Many 1995 Buick Regals have the newer OBDII (On Board Diagnostic version 2) computer. To obtain fault "codes" saved by it, it requires connection to an OBDII scanner. If you have the older pre-OBDII (let's call it OBDI) you don't need a scanner. Read on..
Beginning in 1994, vehicles were transitioning from the older OBDI computer and by a 1996 - nearly all were OBDII. The nice thing about OBDI, was that with a simple paper clip, you could get the OBDI computer to display the code as flashes of the Check Engine light on the dash. No special scanner required. This was more of a benefit in the early years of OBDII - now you can drive to any Autozone (and many other auto parts store) and they will scan the OBDII computer for you at no cost. They can also tell you what the "code" actually means so that you will know why the indicator is on - and just maybe - even how to fix it, too.
If you've been told you have / you're sure you've got an OBDI computer, here's what to do: find the terminal jack - usually under the dash - below the steering wheel. The pinouts for 1995 GMC's are below. You're going to be connecting terminal "B" to "A" (the top RIGHT most two terminals). Check the video on the other side of this picture for full details.
Here's a Youtube video that shows how it's done on a Saturn. It's the same for your Buick Regal - with an OBDI terminal. It will NOT work for an OBDII terminal.
Check the pedal if it is jamming half way down. Brake lights work by 2 means one is a pressure switch the other is a mechanical switch both requires the pedal to be pressed. Your subscription tells me the brakes are binding and the switch is made.
Since the fuel pump is in the tank, running out of gas can damage the pump. It can overheat, or pick up debris from the bottom of the tank.
If it will start using starting fluid, you may have to take the tank out and replace the pump.
You have a few screws, (well hidden), and a bunch of plastic clips holding the panel on. Unfortunately, a lot of the clops will be breaking, so you will want to try to find a Hyundai dealer to get new ones. Be blessed.
should have done an engine flush before the oil change .as can be dirty filter at the oil pump. do it again ,but engine flush first. run the engine on tick over.but it sounds like the damage has been done .failed main bearings.
Well you could try a a simple trick first. Get some carburetor cleaner and remove your air flow meter from the intake hose housing and give it a good spray. make sure it's clean and dry and not wet with any fluid. check your spark plugs and clean them or replace them as needed. don't forget to check the gap. when was the last time you replace your wires for the spark plugs? I would start with the first since it's the cheapest. then work your way up. Let me know GE