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Cranks good will not start

Cranks good checked spark plugs, poured gas into injestors sputtered but did not start

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  • alreq Feb 24, 2009

    ok i just tried again with fuel in the injectors and now i am not getting any trun over cranking good

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Well if it spluttered when gas was there it maybe the pump.

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