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Possible ignition switch on steering column. Possible short in ignition coil. Do you have a schematic diagram for 95 Buick? Do you have an ohm meter? I need more information. I am assuming it will not start up or is the car miss firing?? Any check engine light indications?
Maybe. You should get a new windshield or at least have that one repaired by a glass shop. They can come to you. Once the windshield is repaired, let everything dry out real good and hope for the best.
Play with the ignition switch,If you can disable the starter when the engine is running and can do it in a very safe manner,this way you can turn the ignition and check to see if a ignition electrical part is failing, If you cant disable the starter just be careful how you turn the ignition you are only ruling out the ignition switch electrical part as possible problem or even the solution
Check your park light fuse. You may have blown the fuse for the dashlights/park lights by accidentally grounding the night illumination wire, located in the radio wiring. That wire runs from the dash lights to the radio, to illuminate the radio at night. Alternately, if the park light fuse keeps blowing when you replace it, you might've hooked that night light wire up to the wrong wire on your radio.
Daytime running light module which is located under dash (around the area of the fuses) probably has a bad solder joint inside (if you take it apart). If not could be bad connection on one of the switches (like your dimmer switch)