2000 buick lesabre.

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Asked by May 31, 2015 at 05:58 PM about the 2000 Buick LeSabre Limited Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Check engine light is on and the error code says the ignition control module is getting high/low voltage.I have tested the ICM and it's fine. What could cause this?

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What's the trouble code (P----)? -Jim

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I don't remember the code number, had them read it at autozone. Their computer said it was high/low voltage for the ignition control module though. Also: The symptoms are that it will turn off sometimes when you stop. Not often, maybe once or twice a week it will happen. Other than the random turn offs it runs perfectly, idles nice and runs well. Don't know if that info helps any.

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I'm going to replace the crank sensor tomorrow, I'll report back if it fixes it or not.

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I replace the crank sensor, and now the car just won't start period. :(

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I had put the crank back in incorrectly, works now. :D

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