got spark? crank sensor ignition module timing belt or chain broken cam got compression? blown head gaskets
4.5 Quarts, with replacing the oil filter. Start, check, and top off as needed.
A 1996 Buick Regal will jump start using a portable battery pack. Another person can also use jumper cables to help jump start another car.
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could be the crank sensor, the go out. the have a reputation for that.
* no gas in the tank * dead battery * bad fuel pump * bad spark plugs * clogged fuel filter * defective starter motor * seized engine
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if it has a crankshaft sensor that's bad
The distributor might be damaged on your 1999 Buick Regal if it stalls occasionally and will not start. This problem is common in older vehicles and once you sit for a few minutes, the vehicle will generally restart.Ê
i replaced the steering colomn in 95 buick regal and now it wont even turn over.does the different key that i got with the colomn have any thing to do with it not starting.?
Battery cable connections broken or battery busted.
Check your engine codes. If you have a "check engine soon" light on, then there will be a code. Use your manuel or go to (well, if you can) an auto parts store. They can check it for you, usually at no charge. This is easy if you know how to do it. But, it's hard if you don't. I had the same problem on my Buick and it was the fuel pump relay. But, check the code. You could try bypassing the relay to see if it keeps running, but don't leave it that way!!!! That relay is in there for a reason.
Start with the area of the Regal's problem. For example, if a light does not work, check the fuses, then the switch, the wires, etc.. The same procedure applies to any section of the Regal.
That sounds like a failing fuel pump relay, good until it overheats or fails, then ok after it cools. A bad fuel pump will do the same thing but check the relay first, it is the easier and cheaper option to go to first
Not much info to go on but, the engine needs fuel, compression and spark to run. My guess is you are missing one of those.
Front wheel bearing needs immediate replacing.
fuel filter or fuel relay
Park the vehicle on a level surface. Change the oil & filter and add 4 liters. Start the engine and run for a few minutes. Shut it off, wait 15 minutes, check the level and add as needed. You will then know.
Most GM vehicles use side terminal batteries. To jump start one, you connect the + cable to the + side post, and the -Neg to the engine.
Try checking the fuses under the hood. My Regal did that and I found the fuse for the electronic ignition was blown.
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ohm your crankshaft postioning sensor if it is open this is it also could be your module under your coils
Could be the fuel pump, or the lines themselves are clogged. I would trace the lines from the tank all the way up to the carb.
Does key have a resistor built in?