Question about 1994 Buick Roadmaster
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HAVE YOU CHECKED ALL THE FUSES? IF YES THEN MAYBE THE STARTER IS DEFECTIVE. DO YOU GET A CLICK WHEN YOU TURN THE KEY? IF YES, THEN TRY TAPPING ON THE STARTER TO FREE IT UP, AS IT MAY BE JAMMED. IF YOU DONT GET ANY GOOD RESULTS, THEN TRY PUTTING THE CAR IN NEUTRAL TO START. IF IT STARTS, THEN THE NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH IS THE CULPRIT. HOPE THIS HELPS. PLEASE KEEP ME INFORMED. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA
Posted on May 16, 2009
Short circuit probably not the problem. The pass key system is not being disabled making the car inoperable, thats why it will not crank. Either you are using a key that does not have the correct resistance(black chip in key) or if it is the same key you always used then the pass key sensor went bad. I believe it is in the steering column and a qualified mechanic could help you there.
Posted on May 30, 2009
The starter and solenoid are underneath the exhaust manifold on the passenger side. You need to raise the vehicle and remove this assembly from below. There are two large bolts which secure the starter to the engine block. There may or may not be shims placed between the starter and the block. DON'T LOSE THOSE SHIMS! There is also a bracket with a stud and nut that supports the front end of the starter. There may also be a heat shield to protect the starter from the hot exhaust manifold. DO NOT THROW THE HEAT SHIELD AWAY. If you do, your new starter won't last 6 months. The heat will destroy it. Once the starter is loose, lower it by hand. You will now have access to remove the two wires from the solenoid. These can be tricky to remove. If in doubt, have a professional do it.
To install, reassemble in reverse order.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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