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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the starter solenoid and also the starter relay if you remove the wiper relay and place it in the starter relay and it starts you need a new relay, also all of the relays for the intrepid are identical so you can use the wiper relay in the starter relay's slot i would recommend on label which was in the starter relay and if you switch them STARTER AND INTERMITTENT WIPERS and try your wipers if they work then its not the relay it might be the starter solenoid.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
SOURCE: my 1992 buick LeSabre will
The LeSabre's starters are known for going bad. I would replace the starter and I am sure that will fix your problem. Hope that helps!
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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My suggestion ask that mechanic to do it for you on the side maybe and see how much he would charge if you don't know anything much about going under the hood that would be best, if not here goes. First find the horn make sure you can get to it there should be a connector or plug on it should being the key word. Find it and remove it, you will need a wire long enough to run from the horn around and through some place in the firewall next to the wall between the engine and inside and back out to the battery so make sure its long enough to do that as well make sure the wire is 2 different colors inside sometimes they come copper on one side and silver color on the other or you can find black and red coated wires an 18 gauge speaker wire should work 15 to 20 ft should be plenty tape the ends of the wires with 8 inches excess hanging to the battery one end and the other to the horn not connected just so it holds the wire while you run it to inside the car string the wire around under the hood so its not all over the engine but around it and not on anything that gets hot to melt it. Make sure you know when you run it inside which side of the bend (you will have to bend it to get it inside the cab) make sure you know which side was going to the battery and which to the horn when you have the wire inside the car cut the wire on the copper side or the red side but dont cut the black shave back the plastic on the cut wire so you can get to the bare wire on the toggle switch any kind with 2 connectors on it is ok or you can also get a push button kind so it works like the horn find the positive connector on it and negative connector, connect the side of the red/copper wire that is going to the battery to the positive side if it has no positive or neg it doesn't matter either side then. Now connect the other side of the spliced wire to the negative or other side of the switch. once this is done under the hood look for positive and negative on the horn strip wire ends so you can get to bare wire connect the red/copper to the pos. and black/silver to the neg. You can use connectors for this or you can twist the wires around the connectors like a twist tie and tape with black electrical tape not clear tape. then on the battery put the red to pos. and black to neg. I would splice off enough plastic coating to wrap wire around battery terminal connector not the post make sure you connect the pos. last and don't touch the neg wire to anything else. then test the horn if it is working unhook the pos. side of the wire on the battery until you get ready for inspection and when done remove this so you don't have battery drain or other problems. Good luck
Posted on Dec 07, 2011
There should be an override switch - either you push it or toggle it - on the left side under the dashboard (next to your left leg) on the wall -- it is very small and kind of hidden. Put your key in the ignition and turn all the way up to cranking but do not crank. While it is there, push/toggle the override switch and while it is pushed, start the car. it will start
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_if_your_1998_Toyota_4_runner_anti_theft_alarm_is_on_and_your_car_wont_start_with_key_any_way_to_reset_the_alarm#ixzz27nzDd7kl
Posted on Sep 28, 2012
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