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Won't Start I went to head to work this morning and my 1994 Mercury Grqand Marquis will not start. The engine turns over but it will not "actually" start. The lights, radio and buzzer on the door are working but still no start. Any ideas? Could this be the spark plugs? Thank you for anyone who will answer.

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  • monroecab Mar 03, 2009

    i have the same problem,car turns over but dosn't want to start.i know its not the fuel pump,i can hear it turn on



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If it cranks but doesn't start, it's a fuel or spark problem. Check the plugs, wires, and fuel filter first.

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