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99 intrepid is trying to start and can't

It turns over but won't fire up.it sounded like it had some compression problems when i hit the gas hard to speed up.it cleared up and ran fine.this was yesterday.now today it won't even start.is this a connection.i don't know.please help.i live 1 hour from my nearest dealer and i need my car for work.i changed the air filter last nite when i got home then this happened and i'm thinkin this should have no factor.but i'm not an expert and know nothing about this car as i just bought it.please help.thx.

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  • dcflyer69 Nov 04, 2008

    thx so much for your fast response.i bought new spark plugs for her.i will change them as soon as daylight hits.this helps a bunch.i really didn't know what to do till now.thank you.

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If the starter seem to be slow when jurking, then you could have a weak battery...
if the battery or starting condition is fine, then you could have a faulty spark plugs, try to clean the spark plugs and with the connectors, disconnect and reconnect them one by one.
if your place is cold then you could be experiencing cold starting problem.


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