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I just had an ignition module replaced on my 95 Buick Lesabre twice. Both modules were bought new and the first one lasted 2 weeks and now the car won't start again with another new one put on it 6 days ago. I'm not an expert on this stuff but it seems to me that the ignition module might not be the real problem. This time there is no check engine light on, but won't start again. Before I get screwed out of another $500, I need to know the possibilities of why this is happening.

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Its time for you to find a real mechanic id say.

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