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SOURCE: 1988 buick la sabre trouble codes

code 23 is mat sensor signal low wich is the manifold temperatur sensor return valtage is low to the computer. check for a sensor that is on the air cleaner housing that has two wires on it. the connector on the sensor is grey in color. if it's not unplugged replace it.
the code 34 is for the map sensor wich is located on top of the engine. but if you have a bad map sensor you would be writing in for a rough running car or something.
was someone unplugging stuf when this thing was running at one time? - good luck

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SOURCE: I have an 88 buick LeSabre/ vin

Hi! I have enclosed 3 trouble trees for you. The code being stored is a quad driver error. Quad(which means 4)drivers control up to 4 things. They are located in the engine control module. They provide ground for the items that they control. This could mean a component that the driver controls could be bad or the computer itself. Hope this helps you!deb334a.gif911608a.gif925db0e.gif

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SOURCE: Car doesn't want to start.Trouble codes read

YOU MAY NEED TO CHANGE THE SPARKPLUGS, / CHECK THE BATTERY LEEDS ARE NOT WORE OR BROKE/ CHECK BATTERY TERMINALS ARE CLEAN AND TIGHT/ CHECK THAT THE HT LEADS ARE SECURELY CONNECTED TO THE DISTRIBUTOR CAP / CHECK THAT THE HT LEAD TO THE IGNITION COIL IS SECURELY CONNECTED/ CHECK THAT THE LT WIRING PLUG AT THE IGNITION COIL IS SECURELY CONNECTED .

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SOURCE: 2002 buick lesabre stalls code 0102

This is most likely a vacuum leak code, but it can also be alot of other things.

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SOURCE: What trouble code is a 12 on a 1993 buick lesabre

I think 12 is no distributor rotation,which is normal of course if the engine is not running.No worries there.

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1988 buick la sabre trouble codes


code 23 is mat sensor signal low wich is the manifold temperatur sensor return valtage is low to the computer. check for a sensor that is on the air cleaner housing that has two wires on it. the connector on the sensor is grey in color. if it's not unplugged replace it.
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was someone unplugging stuf when this thing was running at one time? - good luck

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