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Car won't stat

My car won't start in the first try.Some times takes me three tries just to started. I replaced the crank shaft sensor and the campshaft positioner sensor.I changed the fuel filter about two months from now.
I checked the gas regulator and gas is being pumped. But the car just won't star in the first try.

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  • eddiesbs Nov 19, 2008

    Every time I turn the switch on their's always a crank. So by process of elimination it's not the starter

    plus about two years ago I tooked to the dealer ship. They changed the neutral switch and the ignition key. What's my next option?

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Could also be a bad connection at the coil pack/module. This was my problem.

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Try the starter

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