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Wants to start but would not turn over

I have a 1999 S10 pickup truck that it wants to start but would not turn over. It has a new starter, all six new fuel injectors, good pressure from the fuel pump but it still would not turn over.

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  • Ron Berg May 11, 2010

    do you have spark?

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Check possibly the ignition module and/or the pick up coil

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