Question about 1989 Buick LeSabre
I replaced the ignitin module, cam and crank sensors, tried another battery, checked all fuses.
I think your car has a standard type ignition coil. You did not say that you have checked this. Many people will tell you that the coil never goes bad, but I have replaced three in different cars in the last 2 years and in each case fixed my problem. If you have a test lamp or meter, check that you have voltage coming to the coil, and if so, swap in a known good coil to test with. Problem solved?
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