The electric stuff works when I turn the key, but the engine won't turn over. Thinking maybe starter (but then don't think anything would start...?). Or, maybe fuel pump? If anyone can help, can you also tell me where the problematic parts are located too?
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Did you change the fuel filter it maybe plugged. The fuel regulator maybe weak or not working as well. It is definitely a fuel problem. Is the engine carb or throttle body as I am not sure. If it is a carb the pump in the carb maybe weak or if it is a TBI then check and make sure the injectors are opening in key on position before start up. Hope this helps.
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Your brake booster may be leaking or the check valve on the vacuum hose going to the booster may be bad. Do you hear a hissing sound coming from the booster when you push the petal? Check these first before tearing down your engine. Good luck. Please rate me so I know how I'm doing. Thanks.
If everything else checks out Ok in the ignition system (electrical) and if the engine and transmission turn freely,that sound like you might have starter drag.Check to see if you have good connections at the starter.I know its new but check your battery for 12 volts,good connections,ect.