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Thanks for the help on my 93 buick le sabre ive replaced the crank sensor but it still wont start. cranks over ok. no spark. the ignition module has been replaced

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  • john619 Jul 21, 2008

    the ignition module was new. you suggested checking the pink and black wire for power but what component should i check it at.could it be a ECM problem?

  • john619 Jul 31, 2008

    yes there is power to the pink & black wire and at the coil terminal too. replaced the ECM also. GOING NUTS trying to find the problem. The only thing i havent replaced is the cam sensor but i think its more of a wiring problem somewhere. You mentioned the ignition switch , how would that effect a no spark? Thanks.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2009

    went through the same situation for 6 months, finally replaced the main computer and everything has been fine since

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Thats weird mmmm make sure than you have power going to the black and pink wire or pink with black stripe wire when you turn the ignition on, i don't know what else to recomend you since im not close to the car but the only coming problems on these cars is the module or the crank sensor, did the module installed on it was new? or used? if not sure or even if is new call to auto zone
and ask them if they test ignition modules for free i belive they do and if tehy do take the module out and take it to them, for testing, also by the time you remove the igniton coils turn the ignition on, and make sure you are geting power to one of the coil conectors, and the only way to get to the conectors is by removing the coils, and if there is not power then your ignition switch or a lecttrical problem is present, also make sure to do a cotinuity test to the wires coming from crank sensor to ignition module, check them for open or short to ground

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  • fernando arevalo Jul 31, 2008


    1. sorri the wire at the ignition module is what i mean

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