Question about 1995 Buick LeSabre
Impossible to accurately answer without any knowledge of the car's service history and the climate you're currently in.
But given that it seems to cope OK with the first cold start of the day, and then has trouble it suggests that an ignition coil is failing due to overheating. But this is not a definite given the lack of detail inherent in your question.
Your vehicle model is unknown to me as we don't have them in Europe, but it will either have a traditional single ignition coil or will have individual coil packs which are mounted directly to the spark plugs. If you have plug wires (HT leads) then you have the traditional setup, if not then you have coil packs.
Probably best to get the vehicle to a diagnostics machine to narrow down the fault.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
Try the crankshaft (or camshaft) position sensor. It should come up as a reading on a computer diagnostic
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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