Question about Buick LeSabre
Posted by Anonymous on
If the anti theft light is on,turn the key to on and wait until that light flashes or goes out,(may take 20 mins)then it has relearned the key code.Hopefully that's all it was that prevented power from completing the starting circuit,which includes the neutral safety switch in addition to the ignition switch and anti theft module.Also try putting it in neutral and try to start it.
Posted on May 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car won't crank
although your ignition switch would have power go to the accessories, it still could not turn over. it happened to me, after a week of trouble shooting i went and found a starter button and spliced it into the ignition wires to see if that was the problem, lo and behold i turned the key on to run and pressed the button. and she fired right up.. if you know anyone with mechanical skill. its pretty simple to set up. took me 10 min to do.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
You need to explain to me what you mean by "fuel injectors engage". Fuel injectors have nothing to do with the starter engaging with the engine and turning it over. You need to take the car to a place that can load test the battery for you. An autoparts store usually can do that for you. Or, if car can not be moved, take the battery out of the car to have it tested. Start there, then we can move on to other possibilities.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
Here is a link for help with the antitheft system. Might help you out http://vatspasslockpasskeysecurityhelp.yolasite.com/
Posted on Oct 09, 2011
The large red wire at the starter is to the battery. The smaller wire is hot in the start position only! have someone turn the key to start and then check for voltage. If you have voltage you need a starter. If there is no voltage you either have an open from the ignition switch or a bad switch on the column. 1 last thing. Most cars have a fusible link at the starter. If there is a short somewhere the wire acts like a fuse and blows. You can check that by pulling in the wire or just feeling for a spot with no wire.
Posted on Jul 21, 2012
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