replaced the starter

Asked by Jan 19, 2013 at 04:52 PM about the 1993 Buick Roadmaster Limited Sedan RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ok i went in a store came out car wouldn't start so i was told it was the starter i bought a starter. still was doing the same thing so i took that one back and now it's doing the same thing my lights and everything work just wont start....please help

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It's either no spark or no fuel. Check for fuel pressure. Do you hear the pump when you turn the key?

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What year RM do you have? Is the engine cranking? or no cranking? If you have the chip in your key and you car is high mileage the key/lock assembly could be worn. This causes the "antitheft interlock" to activate and the car will not crank. I have had this happen on both of my high milage RM wagons. You will need at the very least have a new key made. If the lock assembly is real worn you will need to replace everything (lock and key set). I just needed new keys.

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