Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
Is the sensor being damaged in anyway. When you pull the bad ones out do they have metal particles stuck to them? How many sensors have you gone through? Have you checked the wiring right at the jack plug for damage? ie: An open cicuit that closes when unplugged and replugged but opens again after a few days causing car to die. Are the ternimal in the plug fitting good and tight on the sensors pins?
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