Asked by Apr 20, 2015 at 05:57 AM about the 1992 Buick Roadmaster Sedan RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello, my Buick doesn' t want to start. We 've changed plugs, ECM,  ignition coil and module, fuel pump...We 've changed the ignition module. Please Help!

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How about the crank sensor, common failure on these.

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Your heartfelt plea has caught my attention- my advice: stop guessin' and take it to a professional mechanic- the money you've already spent would have paid for a repair by now, and saved you aggravation-

Thank you i'm located in France. The car is at a Professional mechanic.

You need to replace the distributor! The reluctor has failed. My '92 had this problem. It was especially puzzling because everything else(including the pickup coil) tested perfect! On a distributor equipped vehicle, the reluctor is akin to a crankshaft sensor on later models. It generates the spark signal. No signal, no spark!


i need some help I have a 1992 Roadmaster with a 5.7 engine it turns over but want crank

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Find out if it is fuel or spark that it causing the problem, try spraying a little starter fluid in the intake, if it fires then it is fuel related, if not then check for spark at the plugs, no spark means ignition system problems.

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i need some help I have a 1994 Roadmaster with a lt1 engine it turns over but want crank...im gettin spark from the plugs and when i spray the starter fluid all it does is back fires without starting up

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