Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
The car dyes as if someone turned off the ignition key only when it is hot outside no matter how fast or slow the car is moving or it will not start after you turn it off. If I wait 5 minutes the car will start right up until then it will just turn over and not even try to start. In the winter it never died once. I have replaced the fuel pump, fuel lines, fuel filter, fuel strainer, electronic control module, all 3 coils, spark plug wires and plugs, thermostat, and temperature sensor plug. Could a bad catalatic converter cause this problem? I am baffled and any advice I am willing to try at this point.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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