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Wont turn over something with the wire for the chip in the key 95 buick regal custom wire was rigged up with a fusible link and the wire from cylinder wasnt even plugged in then the wire with the fusible link was pulled out now wont turn over even when put back together

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Buy a new cylinder, put old chip key in cylinder, now plug into the connecter and hide under dash. Start car with with second or duiplicate key. Or measure the resistance in chip on key and get a resistor from radio shack and connect it to wire that plugs in to lock cylinder

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The excact location of fuseable link for 91 3.8 lt buick regal,there's only one little wire on selinoid


The two fusible links on G.M. cars used to be behind the alternator. A heavy (appx. 10 gauge) wire on the alternator had a fusible link a couple of inches back from the bolt. Pull on wire to see if the link is burned out. The other link was attached to the starter soleniod . Same test.

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What can i do to fix it?


You may have blown fuses or fusible links. Is the battery charged up now? Make sure of that before proceeding. Do the headlights work? If no, check Fusible link B, located at the starter solenoid-where it picks up power from the positive battery cable at the starter solenoid.

Does the key switch turn on? Do the warning lights and gauges turn on with the key in on position? If no, check Fusible link A at the starter solenoid. Link A supplies power to the ignition switch.

If a fusible link has blown it can be cut out and replaced. It may look burned-it may have bulges in the wire-it protects circuits just like a fuse, but has somewhat different characteristics than a fuse.

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stick needles into the wire-one on each side of the link and test on volt ohm meter set to ohms-if its good it should read 0.00-if its bad it will read 1-cheers Denny

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Does a 95 Buick regal have a chip in the ignition key? Does it need a chip in the key to start?


1995 Regal has a factory "anti theft" type device. The way it works is the ignition key has a resistor built in, if you try to start the car without the correct key (with the resistor), it shuts down ignition and no gas will go to engine.

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95 regal wont start change the stater no change change the ignition switch on the colum no change what could it be


The security light is on or flashing? Your key is the one you always have uned or is it different? The key has a black chip near the handle, Is it clean? The wires that it connectes to are right inside the lock is it clean and not buggered by the wrong key or other object? The wires that come off this connection break near the lock.( flex every time you turn the key) A scanner connected to the car will pick the problem. Rember that the car starts in neutral and park both but not in gear this switch on top of the tranny fails and sometimes it'll work in neutral. Jumper wire at starter makes it crank? with key on start. Crank and not start your back to the security system. Cars plenty old enought to fail

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1994 buick regal custom wont start


change the starter relay located in the fuse box in the engine compartment near the battery.

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1999 Buick regal Security light on. Won't start.


I had the same problem with my 95 Lesabre. The owners manual says to take the key out, and wait 3 minutes(until the light goes off). It should fire right up.

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