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1997 Buick lesabre cranks but won't run

Crank shaft sensor replaced but car wn' start , cranks but doesn't run

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Check for any stored codes, check all fuses, check for spark ,fuel pressure, injector pulse.

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SOURCE: Crank shaft sensor

If it is the front wheel drive model, it is in the back side of the motor looking up at it....simple to change.....the side that faces the cab of the vehicle.

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Your PATS security system is faulty...check the BCM up above the glovebox...Seems I've told you this before?

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ECM would be the next part. Check the number on it . If it has the number 1228253 replace it anyway because they give a cutting off problem. Clean battery cables all three and replace bolts too.

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SOURCE: Find crank position sensor

The crankshaft position sensor should be located behind the vibration damper/harmonic balancer and it will have to be removed before the crankshaft position sensor can be replaced. (Let me know if you require assistance with the proceedure)

Also, it usually requires a special tool to align that sensor (available from most auto part stores) and if the sensor is not properly aligned then damage to the sensor or the tone ring can occur.

Here is an image of the crankshaft position sensor with the vibration damper/harmonic balancer removed.



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SOURCE: Car would not start, after siiting for an hour it did start .

mcdevito75 here, BEST BET, let the shop do this work, too many un forseen problems could come up. The stalling and unable to start for a while could also be a bad ignition module, no test for this part, but I would have it changed, for if it is a bad ignition module, all this other work will not fix the stalling and later start of your car.

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

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Location of crank sensor on 1997 lesabre


The crank sensor should be on the passenger side of the engine. It probably won't be visible without first removing the power steering reservoir, and possibly other items on that side of the engine. It is located down below near the waterpump pulley.

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It doesn't sound like an ignition module or crankshaft sensor because normally problems with either would result in a no start condition. My first thought is a loose or dirty connection in the wiring that causes an intermittent lack of fuel or ignition.

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Behind the crank shaft balancer there is a crank shaft position sensor. This should take care of your problem by replacing it.

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It is very likely the part that is giving you the problem is a Crankshaft Position Sensor, they go open circuit when they get hot, then after it cools it becomes a good circuit again, this is very frustrating, had the same issue with my Buick a few years ago, replaced the coils and the ignition module at a cost of hundreds, DID NOT CHANGE A THING, the crank sensor fixed the problem and was $30.00 from Buick.

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It could be anything. Please describe "doesn't start", do you get power to you dash/headlights, etc? Does the starter wind up, and make a high whining sound. Does it crank very slowly, and die. Does it crank normally, but the engine refuses to fire?

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