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Intermittent no start
1991 Buick LeSabre

Intermittent no start

(1991 Buick LeSabre)
in addition to my previous question about my 91 LeSabre, could ignition switch be the problem even though it cranks fine but no start?
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It could if you had a voltage drop across part of the ignition switch but its foolish to jump to conclusions without having a wiring diagram and do proper trouble shooting to figure out the real cause of the intermittent no start. You would need to look for power and signals at and from key engine sensors when the engine does not start to what is failing.
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It could if you had a voltage drop across part of the ignition switch but its foolish to jump to conclusions without having a wiring diagram and do proper trouble shooting to figure out the real cause of the intermittent no start. You would need to look for power and signals at and from key engine sensors when the engine does not start to what is failing.
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