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92 cavalier 4cyc. with coil pack cranks but won,t start checked fire has none

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    engine cranks over and tries to fire but will not start. started hard when below zero but now forty degrees.

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If the car crankes and wont start there are a few things you need to have for it to run. spark fuel and timing. check for spark at plugs. check for fuel preasure and injector pulse. if these are o/k then check engine timing. if everything is o/k then you probably have a major vacume leak.

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I could barely understand your problem because you had no periods and your apostrophies were commas.
Sounds like you have a bad distributor. If you have the coil pack assembly, then you need to make sure the coil packs or control module under it are working

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