Buick Lucerne owners have reported 5 problems related to ignition module (under the electrical system category).
2008 Buick Lucerne the consumers wife was stopped at an intersection when she suddenly realized the engine was no longer on and the vehicle did not move. The vehicle would not re-start and had to be towed to the dealer. Diagnosis was that the "ignition module" had defaulted. The consumer stated the ignition failed, one day prior to receiving the recall notice in the mail.
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The contact owns a 2008 Buick Lucerne. While driving 25 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was towed to the dealer. The technician stated that the ignition coil and module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified. The failure mileage was 24,863.
2008 Buick Lucerne. Consumer writes in regards to door locking problems. The consumer stated the doors would lock on their own. A few weeks ago, the doors locked with the consumer still inside the vehicle, and she was unable to get out, even though she pressed the unlock button. The door lock problem was intermittent. Also, the vehicle stalled, and the vehicle had to be towed. The ignition , module was replaced.
Control module failed as I entered the driveway, into my garage. The key could not be removed. Directional control was lost and the engine would not turn off. The battery had to be disconnected to turn off the engine. The key switch failed once before, when the tumbler within the ignition switch stuck open when the key was removed; but the ignition circuit remained open. Consequently, the battery went dead. Buick service diagnosed the failed switch, and determined the switch tumbler had stuck in the on position. The problem was corrected by lubricating the key switch internally. . . Updated 10/22/14.
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2007 Buick Lucerne engine will shut down without any notice. Consumer states that the engine problems have been on-going for some time now and would like to have the vehicle replaced by the dealership. The consumer stated the engine cranked, but would not start. The dealership claimed the problem was a defective ignition control module and various electrical connections were loose and corroded. The vehicle shut down on 7 different occasions. The left rear window would not close. The problem was diagnosed as a twisted regulator cable.
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