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I have a 1998 buick lesebre i replaced the ignition controll module, i have spark and fuel but it still wont start

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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
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