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My cheverolet caprice doesn't start

The car diagnosis computer said that there is no fault codes.The car basically starts and after one second disconnects.I can't find where the problem is.The petrol reached the engine i checked.Also, the disributor produces electricity so i can't find what the problem is?

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  • lil nawfside Feb 04, 2009

    its probley your fuel pump i also have a 95 caprice classic and its sitting in my yard now cause i think the fuel pump
    i'll crank it up if it even cranks and it will go dead in the middle of no where now it wont even crank up

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With a helper remove the air cleaner lid.. Infront of the Mass Air flow sensor at throttle body spray carb cleaner or start fluid in with throttle open have helper start car. If it starts when you do this it is most likley the fuel pump..This would eliminate a spark problem. If it still does not start then look for spark issues or lack of....You can pick a spark check tool up for a couple of bucks.. you just unplug one of the spark plug wires plug the tool on the spark plug and then the spark plug wire plugs onto the other end of the tool turn the ignition and see what kinda spark you have if any. Should be bright steady orange flash...

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When you put the key in and turn it do you hear a humming nosie if not your fuel pump is bad hope this help.

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