I have changed the Crank Sensor, Camshaft Sensor, PCV Valve, MAF sensor, fuel filter, Oil Sensor Switch, Fuel Pressure Regulator, Spark Plugs, Spark Plug Wires and the car still won't start. I'm not sure what else could be wrong.
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1990 Buick LeSabre Question: Engine turns, but car won't start
Answer #1Oakman May 13, 2010, 09:31Master
What is the fuel pressure and engine compression of your 1990 Buick LeSabre? Do you have spark to the spark plugs?
ReplyVisitor, June 01, 2010, 08:23
Yes, there is spark to the plugs.
Answer #2Visitor, June 01, 2010, 07:18
Crazy but I had the same thing happen on my 1993 buick lesabre and I changed out the starter and it fired right up. You got juked. Poor guy
ReplyVisitor, June 01, 2010, 08:23
No, it has a new starter and solenoid on it. It's not the starter.
Visitor, September 06, 2010, 21:15
It Is You Computer Module. They fry And No Fule and No Spark. We just changed two and make sure that you un hook the negtive battery cable. The computer is behind the glove box and you pull it by taking the bottom part of the dash off.Easy.
ReplyVisitor, September 06, 2010, 21:35
Thank you, the car has been fixed. It was not the computer module. It was a defective throttle position sensor. Once that was replaced again, we had no more problems.
Answer #4Visitor, November 01, 2010, 13:17
mine did the same thing, had to take it to dealership and they replaced the control modull and reprogram the car key.j cost me $589.93
ReplyVisitor, November 01, 2010, 13:37
Sorry to hear that. But, fortunately for us, it was just the throttle position sensor. An easy fix for less than $100 if you know how to repair yourself.
Answer #5Visitor, November 21, 2010, 11:34
Anti theft key needs re-programming, alternately replace key ignition system, non-the-less it will still have to be reprogrammed by the gm dealer or an authorized programmer with the proper E=Prom. Throttle position sensor is another player in this symptom which can be replaced by one with some mechanical knowledge. An intermittent like this will not usually show up on an obd 1 or obd 2 testor, because it will not set an engine code.
ReplyVisitor, November 21, 2010, 13:43
Thanks for your response, but as I stated, it was just a defective throttlw position sensor. The car was fixed back in July. It's been running without any trouble at all.
Answer #6Visitor, December 02, 2010, 05:41
I had the same problem as you. finally had to put in in the dealer. Hundreds of dollars late and loss hair and busted knuckles. It turned out to be the ignition coil breaking down. Replaced the coil and no more problems.
Answer #7Visitor, December 20, 2010, 19:17
check coil pack / and fuel lbs
ReplyVisitor, December 21, 2010, 12:13
I appreciate all of the responses that I have gotten, but please look at the date of my original question. The car was fixed back in July and has been running like a dream ever since. It was a faulty throttle position sensor.
Answer #8Visitor, December 31, 2010, 20:24
Maybe you shoud try replacing your motor buttons and distributor crap. Just a suggestion... I don't know.
ReplyVisitor, December 31, 2010, 20:56
Thank you, but once again, this is an old post. The car was fixed during the summer and has been running right ever since. The problem was a faulty throttle position sensor. Does anyone know if there is a way to remove this posting or cancel it somehow?
ReplyVisitor, January 02, 2011, 07:48
I couldn't help but giggle at your posts! I am having some issues with my 1994 Buick Lesabre. If you don't mind. What type of "trouble" did you experience?
ReplyVisitor, January 02, 2011, 13:59
When we first started having trouble, it ranged from weird sounds coming from the engine area to the car starting whenever it felt like. My husband would leave and go to work, the car would start fine and then when it was time to come home we were calling the tow truck to bring it home. The check engine light stayed on, we found out that was the cam interruptor magnet and then the starting issues was the throttle position sensor. We basically rebuilt the car with a lot of new parts before we found out what was actually wrong with it. What type of issues are you having? Oh, and I'm on yahoo. The name is RobLeo0603 if you'd prefer communicating one on one.
Answer #9charlesadams January 25, 2011, 06:36Rookie
coil pack bad
Answer #10Visitor, February 27, 2011, 13:46
INSPECT THE RE LAY THEN REPLACE TEMPITURE SENSOR
ReplyVisitor, February 27, 2011, 15:38
Please, please look at the previous blogs. The car has been fixed since July. It was a defective throttle position sensor. The relay and the temperature sensor are new. We had already replaced those.