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Won't start It ran thur & fri then saturday itwouldn't start ,it wants to ,the wires & plugs ar new nothing wrong with the starter or fluids ,the battery is new.

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Check if plugs are getting fire, check if it's getting fuel, check timing at timing belt or chain.

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