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2000 vw passat 1.8t wont start

Check spark 2 outside cylinders have good spark 2 center not as bright also when tuning engine over dash reads low oil presure stop car has 53000 on never had any other problems plugs are wet

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First make sure you do a basic tune-up on the car i.e. replacing spark plug wires, spark plugs, distributor cap, rotor button, etc. Secondly, the plugs are probably just wet from fuel from not starting. The low oil pressure light coming on is normal when trying to start the car. Make sure to check for codes too and don't press the accelerator when starting the car, otherwise it will flood the engine.

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