Question about Buick Grand National
Ok, so my Buick had a fuel pump problem- I replaced it. However, about a month later, the car started dying at stops or when I took a corner. Then about 2 days after, it stopped completely. I cannot start it back up. There is no noise whatsoever when I attempt to start the car, just dead silence when I turn the key. I know it's not the battery- the battery is brand new. I checked the fuel line on top of the engine and I have fuel pressure. I'm thinking it's the starter- maybe because I had to start it back up when it died so many times on the road, maybe I fried the starter, but I don't know for sure. If anyone could give me some advice on what the hell to do, I would greatly appreciate it!!
My car is a 95 buick century. frequently when i stop and shut the car off , the next few minutes when i try to start it it won't start. i have battery power as far as the whir of the fuel pump, and lights, gauges come on but when i turn the switch it won't start. Is this the starter or ignition switch? After about 30 minutes or so, it will start again.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
94 buiock, has new starter, new battery, switch just goes katink whren i turn key
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
when you attempt to start you get nothing or do the lights on the dash light up?ie do you have power
second when you turn the key to the run position(not start) do you hear the whir of the fuel pump behind you? You probably do if you have fuel pressure. This is another indicator that you have enough power to power the starter.
when you turn the key to start do you hear a click at the front or no?post me back
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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