Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
Sound like a possible bad starter you will have to check the starter to see if you have power to it. With a test light probe the big nut (positive cable going to the battery) it should light up you should be ok there since you have power in the car. Next while someone is in the car trying to crank the engine over probe the little exiter wire next to the big one you already have it should light up when you are trying to start the car, make sure that you stay away from all moving parts in case the car starts, if the starter just stop at a bad spot on the starter motor you sometimes can jar them loose by tapping on them with a hammer while someone is trying to start the car, again watch out for moving parts
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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