Question about 1997 Buick LeSabre
When you say "Car Stops" I'm assuming you mean stalls... First and foremost, when you put your key in the ignition and turn the ignition on, but don't start the engine, do any of the dash warning/Indicator lights come on. They should because this is how you test to see that they are working. Your check engine light should be seen at this time, and when you start the car should turn off, should you not have seen it, The light could be burned out.
As for why it stops, I'd need more info, about the car and what exactly happens when it stalls or stops. there are things you can check though, make sure battery cables are tight, because if your losing power to the spark plugs your car will stop or stall. You may even have electrical power to all dash and head lights, but if the connections are poor, not enough power is getting to the spark plugs.
If you've noticed a rough idle lately on the vehicle, it could be clogged fuel filter, I'm not sure if there is a means of timing the vehicle without special equipment, but timing could be off. ( Engine ) there's lots of possible reasons, that could cause this to happen. More info would be better!
Posted on May 16, 2010
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