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Ran out of oil whilst away so came back filled it but lockout won't go away and won't fire up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: clicking sound,low rpm idle, and
If you ever have an oil leak it really should be fixed right away unless this happened all at once. Go to a local mech or if there is an Autozone around go there and have them check the Engine Light code for you for free. You will have more info to work with.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
Well it could be a number of problems, check your plugs and leads it sounds one could be dead, oil was low so you could have damaged the bearings and for that you have to get professional help at your ford dealer, timing could be out as well caused by the timing belt skipping a tooth. Have to keep your maintenance regular. Hope this help to solve the problem.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
SOURCE: I've got a 2003 jetta
If your car is off a single tooth on the Timing Belt, you will have continued problems... you need to verify the timing is on. If the timing is off, reset it and then proceed if the problem returns
I did have a problem with a defective Cam Shaft Sensor and replacing it with another Defective Sensor....
Posted on May 26, 2011
You should be able to start, what is the fluid level bring it to the recommended level crank it allow the lifter to solidify and compression will build up
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
SOURCE: 2000 nissan maxima won't fire
sounds like it might be flooded. Try and remove the fuel pump fuse from the fuse block that is just in front of your left knee. While it is out crank the car and see if it wants to start and hold down the gas pedal all the way and then relase it and back and forth and once you get it to run have the fuse ready in your hand and in front of the spot to install it. and then keep the rpm's up with the gas pedal until the smoke clears out behind the car.
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
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