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1999 chrysler intrpid

This has a 2.7 motor i just had a tune up done and the car turns over and over and will not start the fuel pump seems to activate but still wont start please help

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  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2008

    car quit checked plugs they where in bad condition changed them car still will not start

  • bharris727 May 11, 2010

    Look under the hood and see if there is somthing discconected. Cars need fuel, spark and air to run, these engines are a litllte fussy if everything is not right. What did they do on the tune up?


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Take back to whoever tuned it up. They dropped the ball. Only OEM tune ups parts can be used in a Mopar vehicle. NOTHING AFTER MARKET.

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