Question about Porsche 911
Pull one plug out of one cylinder, and place the top of the spark plug on the body of the car(grounded). Start(or have someone turn the car over) and hold the plug to a grounded spot. If the plug sparks it is not an electrical problem. Also, if the plugs are coming out wet, your flooding the engine making start even harder. Also make sure the plugs are gapped to manufacturer's spec.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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