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Won't start after changing thermostat

I called the dealor to locate the thermostate and was told to follow the upper radiator hose to my surprise when I removed the water inlet there was not a thermostat to be found. I finally located it underneath the car and replaced the thermostat. I started the car and found a leak on the inlet I removed and immediatelly shut off car and replaced gasket put it all back together and tried to start it but have to spark. What should I do?

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  • rhorton Jan 20, 2009

    I chked all the wiring connections have no spark /power to coil however no spark? what are the pin designations of the distributor?

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I would chk. around you might have intervertanly nocked a sensor plug loose or maybe unpluged one and forgot to plug back in.

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