Question about Cars & Trucks
The easy way to find out the problem is get some starting fluid and take the mass airflow sensor out and spray some in there and it will got to your throttle body or you could just spray in the body and if it starts and then dies you know that you have lost fuel but if it doesnt start then you lost spark if your car has a fuel rail and the car starts and then stops you can check to see if you have fuel pressure on the fuel rail there is a big bolt on the rail crack open a hair and have someone turn the over to energize the pump not on but over if fuel sprays out then you have pressure but if it still doesnt start then change your fuel filter chances are that its clogged but if its spark change your spark plugs and wires and if that doesnt do it then change the distributor or if you have coil on coil then change all the spark plug coils
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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