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2008 Altima won't start or turn over till after 5 or more tries


may need to replace both the camshaft sensor, & crankshaft sensors, I believe that both are located near distributor/ & timing belt cover & top of engine.

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2000 chev st v6 vortec pu 4x4 won't start seems to have fuel and stater turning over put new coil still won't start


Who is doing the work on or testing of your vehicle?

What has been done so far,how & the test results?

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Starter just clicks won't turn over


your starter is the 1 which is damaged n if they say or u check it n find that its gud then its your terminals they are loose somewhere

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Loud knocking


Sort of sounds like the timing belt broke-- if you have one

The valves may have hit the pistons & that is why it won't turn over

I don't know any of that is true & won't wish it on anyone,but
it is a place to start

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Driving in 105 degree temp, truck quits! What happened?


If the engine won't crank with compression in the cylinders, either the head gasket has blown or something else major has happened.
You will have to get it towed to a shop.
If it cranks normally but won't start, you have to figure out if it is a fuel or ignition problem.
Did the temp gauge show it was overheating before it died ?

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Headlights won't go on


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98 chevy cavalier turns over but won't start


i know industry jargon can be confusing, but lets try this. if it turns over but won't start, it could be your ''ignition module'' that sits on top of the vave cover on the motor or it might be the fuel pump or filter. make sure when you crank the engine that the key is all the way turned or it may not always make a proper contact to activate the ignition module. iv'e seen this before & had to change the ignition switch & all worked ok after that. i would need to know engine lt size to give you more details on the matter. please get back to me.

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Hello. My 1997 Chevy Tahoe refuses to start. The problems began with a bad fuel pump. I changed. It worked. The fuel pump died again. I changed it again and it has been working. I parked it for two weeks....


Now you have a good battery & a starter that turns over the motor

Have you cycled the key on & off with a fuel pressure gauge on the
fuel rail?

Do you have a fuel filter that isn't over 3 or 4 years old?

Have you checked for spark while cranking ? Use an old plug on the wires,
if you have ignition wires,don't ground the wire without resistance

If you removed the ducting & MAF Sensor it won't start

Tell us what you checked & exactly how that was done.

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My 1999 buick turns over but won't start I had the ignition module checked & it was ok it appears that i am getting spark any ideas why it won't start?


It could be that your fuel pump is not getting enough fuel to the engine to start it. Is your starter turning over or trying to start the engine.

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The heater/ac fan only works on speed settings 4 & 5


you might check your switch sounds like to me that your two lower speed sides of the switch maybe burnwed out.

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