Question about 2003 Ford Focus
Parked it 8hrs later big winter storm came through coldnt get out car sat 4 two days went to start it all it will do is turn over. put new battery in it and plugs still the same just turns over
Were the plugs wet with fuel? These motors are prone to valves sticking in cold weather and causing problems. I would suggest you remove plugs and check the compression you can buy one at an autoparts store make sure its the screw in the hole type. If the plugs were wet with fuel and no compression shows take and oil the cylinders with a teaspoon of oil then spin it over (cover holes with rags) then recheck compression. If you got compression now put plugs in it and try and restart.
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