Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
Checked out the ignition switch but everything was ok. Maybe its electrical
There are several things that must happen for it to work. My first thought is the solenoid circuit. IF that's good, then a relay isn't giving the go-ahead for the starter circuit to engage. Assuming the brake circuit is working, and the car really knows it's in PARK (I had a Dodge that had a misaligned linkage and the key wouldn't engage the power to the starter) then the ignition switch might be the problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing you need to check is whether the key has a pellet in it or "chip". If it does...the problem is most likely your key lock cylinder. Go buy a new key lock cylinder....KEEP YOUR OLD KEY. Take your new lock cylinder down to any Chevrolet dealer to find out what the VATS number is for your key....then have the dealer cut you a new key with that same VATS number...then go to your vehicle and remove the negative battery cable...this does two things...1. It resets the computer after a five minute period of no power...2.. allows you to work on the steering column without power on it.
Remove the steering wheel with the aid of repair manual.
Put the new key lock cylinder with the wire running down the steering column. Then put the steering column back together....Hook up the negative battery cable, then use your new key that was CUT and your car should start
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Im assuming you're saying it will NOT start. If thats the case but the engine turns over then there could be three possible problems. Number one is no fuel or fuel pressure, number two, no spark from your spark plugs or number 3- bad ignition module. if these are good, then it could be more severe such as bad computer, bad crank shaft sensor....etc....in any case, checking for fuel problems or ignition problems is the first thing you should do.....most likely, it's one of those 2 faults.......good luck
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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