Question about 1997 Dodge Avenger
I came home from work back in December and parked my 1997 Dodge Avenger. It was running fine all the way home. We had a very cold night. When I went to start it the next morning, the engine would turnover; but it wouldn't start.
I replaced the battery; the starter; spark plugs; and fuel pump. It still won't start. The plugs have a lot of fire, and It's getting fuel. It will turnover and act like it wants to start.
It's a four cylinder. Any suggestions?
Try cam and/or crank sensor. If crank to cam timing isn't detected properly it'll crank all day but won't start. I had similar problem on my 2.5L V6 Avenger....drove home fine, no engine light, next morning it cranked, but wouldn't start. The crank sensor was faulty.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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