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Car will not start

On new years eve my car started fine in the morning,then when i went out to get in the car to go somewhere later that evening the care would not start.I had someone come over to look at it and to jump it and it still would not start.It will not even turn over but you can hear the fuel pump when you turn the key.I was told that day it ws not the starter nor the alternator.. A friend of mine said it could have somthing to do with the Micro relays or the maxi breaker..Could you please help me with this and i hope when i go to get it fixed it does not cost a pretty penny.

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  • tinaw1967 Jan 04, 2009

    I said that from the get go but i keep being told i am wrong..Where is the fuel pump at? You here nothing else put the fuel pump..it sounds like a muffling noise...I hope if i chane it it is the right thing....Thanks your your imput...See when i was in jamestown ny visiting my family i had the sam problem with it not starting a couple times and it started right up when it was jumped now it does nothing...

  • tinaw1967 Jan 04, 2009

    can you tell me where the starter is on the car 2000 buick lesabre?

    Thank you

  • tinaw1967 Jan 04, 2009

    But my battery is under my back seat on the passenger side...I will let the guy know who is fixing on the car...I keep being told it is the starter...Not anything i was told by a professional like your self..Thanks again..

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This sounds like a BAD CRANK SENSOR -- this provide the reference signal for the vehicle to get spark, based on what you said that the fuel pump is running the is most likely your problem. Good luck contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA

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  • O Mclean Jan 04, 2009

    Easy to find if you don't know , Follow the positive battery cable it splits after it leaves the battery One end goes to the alternator one end goes to starter its wedge between the engine and the tranny. Good Luck

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