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Car will not start, apears to be a fuel problem

Battry has all kinds of power, motor turns over but will not start

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Why do you say fuel? Have You removed a spark plug? What led up to the problem? I mean did it start right up last time it worked.

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

  • bob mackinnon Dec 10, 2012

    Yes it always has started very easily. Went to go out on Friday and though lots of cranking power in battery and the engine turning over it just would not start.

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