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Car turns over but will not start. Coil pack will not ignite.

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GO BUY A CHEAP CAN OF STARTING FLUID AT THE STORE AND SPRAY A LITTLE IN THE ENGINE AIR INTAKE , AND TRY IT. IF THE ENGINE STARTS, IT IS ETHER A BAD FUEL PUMP IN THE GAS TANK, OR A STOPPED-UP FUEL FILTER UNDER THE CAR.

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