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1994 buick lesabre

After driving the car for awhile and the stop to go in the store my car sometimes won"t start i have to wait from 30minute to two hours. i don,t know what the problem might me. i lift the hood and i see the car crank but won"t catch. the power cable and battery are good.

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Run a self test on the computer for any trouble codes that might be stored that will lead us to the problem, Kragen auto and others will do this for free. get back to me on this thread with those codes.

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