Hey AJay==Yes, it could be the fuel pump. It could be the relay also. If it won't start, listen when you turn the ignition on and you shouod hear the pump run for 2 seconds. The relay is in the stack of relays in the middle of the firewall. GoodluckJoe

I found out that my crank sensor needed replaced.

I also won a 92 Buick LeSabre and sometime ago had the same problem. What was causing it to not start sometimes was a faulty ignition module. Cost me about $585.00 to replace it. Good luck.

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Q: Why would a 92 Buick LeSabre start some days but on some days it will turn over but not start?

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our 99 buick lesabre had the same problem. WE had to change the bcm and the ign. switch plus have 2 neew keys made. But if yours will turn over it could be in the distributor check for fire at plugs.

tip top condition I'd say 26 mpg, tip top and driven well. I get maybe 25 out of my '95 LeSabre, on good days.

is it throwing oil in the engine? I bought a 94 from a dealership - they said it was in perfect condition but it was throwing oil really badly. It stalled out on me 3 times in two days.. If you can get it to start, I'd suggest putting a stop-leak oil in it, I forget the exact names of the parts but some little disk things in the engine had gotten old and the oil plumped them back up in a few days. The car runs smoothly now :)

i had the same problem with my 97 lesabre. it ended up being the fuel pump relay which is located under the top rear engine panel, on the passenger's side under the hood. may be same problem with yours.

I have taken the buick in for repair- but it always works and does not fuses. WHen i drive it for a few days it will blow a fuse - always the same one - and will not start for an hour or more. I will change the fuse and then it may or may not start.

I had this same question a few days ago when my fuel filter went on my '95 Buick LeSabre. I was informed by a mechanically inclined friend of mine, who investigated the problem for me, that it is located inside of the fuel tank. It is not accesable from the back seat or trunk and can only be accesed by dropping the tank.AnswerMy Fuel Filter is located in the middle of the car, on the passenger's side, just inside the frame rail. Easy access and easy replacement. Maybe the other answer applies to the Fuel Pump.

A tuneup will often clear the memory in the computer and it may take a couple of days for it to dial itself in again. If problem persists the spark plugs may be incorrect or gapped wrong. Two plug wires may also be reversed. Check that the plug wire ends are firmly connected.

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you will start to hallucinate.

That will depend on the 6 months. It can be anything from 181 to 184 days. For example, in a non-leap year you have the follow sets: From the start of January to the end of June is 181 days. From the start of February to the end of July is 181 days. From the start of March to the end of August is 184 days. From the start of April to the end of September is 183 days. From the start of May to the end of October is 184 days. From the start of June to the end of November is 183 days. From the start of July to the end of December is 184 days. In a leap year January to June and February to July would both be 182 days.

since i have not started i think 5 days before u start would be a good start for wearing pads

Sounds to me like a partially clogged in line fuel filter or a weak fuel pump. Check your fuel pressure with a gauge up by the intake. Any shop can do this for you at little or no charge if you do not have the tools needed. Crank/cam or ignition modules most of the times either work all the time or don't work at all.

i would start another pack 5 days woaw

It takes a while for that hormone to start in your body. Although, it's normally about two to three days before your period would normally start.

If you mean that you start with 1.28, then after 23 days you would have: 1.28 x 223

It depends on where you start. If you define Saturday and Sunday as the weekend, then starting on a Saturday thetre would be 8 weekends in 44 days, but if you start on a Monday there would only be 6 weekends in the 44 day period.

No that would be highly unlikely as your fertile period does not start until 9 days after the start of your period. even if your period is 6 days long that still allows for 3 days unti fertility.

Since there are a different number of days in different months, the exact answer would depend on the specific start and end date, however, if you use 30 days as a nominal month, you would get about eight months. 238 days / 30 days per month = 7.93333

Start with 4 qts but it should take 4.5 qts. i had the oil changed and three days later the oil light came on what should i do next

That would depend on where you start. For me in Sacramento, CA, about 5 days.

3 days then you have to start from zero

charging the battery would be the first thing to do

MySQL runs their own certification. I would start with that and go from there.

Check for fuel pressure and spark on the no start days.

Days start to get shorter after between Aug/Sept and longer in march/April