Question about 1993 Chevrolet Astro
Our van has been setting outside in the cold and been started for a few days. Today it was near 50. It usually has trouble after setting a couple days in the cold, but when it gets this warm it will start. It turns over and will hit biggest part of the time.
I had the coil tested and although it was not totally bad, it was weak. I rplaced the coil. I had the battery charged and tested. It had a bad cell so I replaced the battery. It still will not start. Its getting plenty of gas.
What am I overlooking? Thanks
The plugs are probobly fouled from all the cranking...try unplugging fuel pump fuse and cranking for a while to burn fuel from plugs...may need to change them...also change the oil when it starts,as all that unburned fuel goes into crankcase...good luck...Lee
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