crank shaft sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer.crank positon sensorsends a signal tothe ecm totel both engine rpm and crankshahf position.a failure in this sensor or circuitshould set trouble code and usually no start condition.other symptoms includes stumble at idle or stalling. first dis connect negative battery terminal . chock the wheels to keep vehicle from rolling.then jack the front of the vehicle and remove the passenger side tire . take the splash guard cover of (a little plastic piece) . then take remove the serpentine belt . then get a socket that fit the bolt to the harmonic balancer . get a short sided socket , a 1/2 in. drive and a breaker bar. and loosen the bolt . u may need to spray some wd40 or somethimg on the bolt . so it loosen up . then to fight it . then get a harmonic balancer pulley .once remove u can take off the sensor and re-install the same way.
check crank sensor
It's just behind the harmonic balancer.
If it cuts off after it gets hot you need to replace the crank sensor. More info needed Hint fixya.
No it will not start need to change the cam sensor & crank sensor!
My 92 PA did the same thing. I had to replace the crank sensor and then the cam sensor. Either one can cause this problem.
the crank sensor is broken
IS CALL CAMSHAFT SENSOR AND IS LOCATED ON THE RIGTH SIDE OF THE ENGINE , ABOVE THE CRANK PULLEY You will have a crank sensor, but it won't have a cam sensor. it dose have a cam sensor, on the timing cover left sind of water pump
Behind the crank pulley that your belt rides on!
The 1991 Buick IAT sensor can be found in the air intake hose. The IAT sensor will be between the air box and the top of the engine.
get your codes and go from there. It sounds like a crank shaft sensor.
Have you checked your battery lately?
Check for a burntout fusible link in the wiring. have ignition module check if good replace crank sensor