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No start have fuel,have fire and compression

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If you have the 3,your timing might be off.check valve timing or ignition timing.

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What can cause my car not to start.?


must start unless there is a problem in the start circuit where there is no ignition circuit while starting ( ignition switch problem)
another problem may be excessive fuel to the cylinders from faulty injectors/ seals
if an engine has good compression, fuel/air mixture, right ignition timing right, correct firing order and the valve timing is correct , then the laws of physics demand that it fires
have you got all of those ducks lined up because if you miss any , it will not work

Nov 23, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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89 camery no start , has fuel p.s.i. , injectors fireing , spark on all plugs , compression even across


Have you checked cam timing?If it has jumped a tooth or two it will not start.

Jun 18, 2017 | 1989 Toyota Camry

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Sbc has fire and fuel but wont start


Check the timing because if you have fire,fuel and compression it should start so you might want to check the compression also,it should have at 150 psi to run.When checking the compression make sure all sparkplugs are removed and the throttle is wide open.

Oct 30, 2012 | 1985 Chevrolet Chevy

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Car wont start or fire even with starting fluid


To review - - if you have spark, fuel, and compression, you should have combustion.
In this case, if the timing belt is damaged, you might not have compression or spark at the right time.
A faulty crank or cam sensor could cause you not to have spark at the right time.
The spark plugs could be worn out or fuel fouled and not able to fire under compression.
Did the car die or just not start ?

Jun 26, 2012 | 2002 Toyota Avalon

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What will make the truck not start up but its getting fire, it wants 2 start but not turn over


Three systems in engines:

Fuel delivery (fuel mixing with air to burn and making it to the spark plugs)

Ignition (lighting the fuel on fire)

Compression Building up pressure to fire the fuel
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It is possible your engine could have low compression if it has ever been run low on coolant or oil. The engine might spin or turn over but not have fire at the spark plugs. If you are correct that the spark plugs have fire but it will not "kick" or run then fuel delivery is where I would start. See if your fuel rail has fuel in it by pressing the fuel rail valve:
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If you have fuel there under a good amount of pressure see if one of the plugs smells like gas after cranking. If so the problem is not the fuel, move on.
If you don't have fuel at the Schrader valve the problem is in the fuel pump and system.
refer to a manual on how to remove the pump from the tank and replace it. This problem has signs before it goes bad. Hard starts and running rough when hot.

Good luck
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Feb 23, 2011 | 1995 GMC Jimmy

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My 2003 sunfire wont start its getting fire and gas and it turns but wont start why


Please consider following matters:
1. Ignition. Blue color fire is the the best ignition power 2. Gas. Check your fuel filter and injections 3. Compression. Combustion chambers should have enough compression to start the engine. Does your car lost its compression? Is the car has blue smoke on exhaust muffler ? Do you need top up oil regularly? All these things show your car has problem with compression.

Nov 26, 2010 | 2003 Pontiac Sunfire

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My chevy s10 2001 turns over but does not start its not getting gas to injectors


Well you need fuel to the injectors, a spark, compression, air and a signal to the injectors to fire for the engine to start.
So if you've got fuel, make sure you have spark to the plugs, the air filter is not clogged, compression is above 120, and the crank and cam positions sensors are good.

Jan 21, 2010 | 2001 Chevrolet S-10

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The vehicle is firing but not starting


If your engine is turning over and you are certain you have ignition fire then I would next check for fuel pressure and if you have fuel pressure then check for engine compression.

Nov 04, 2009 | 1995 Honda Odyssey

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Truck will crank but won't start, checked fuel tank switch and it works, you can hear fuel pump come on and truck still won't start


check the fire to the spark plugs first,if they fire good check fuel pressure,if good check compression especially if it's a 300 6 cyl they can almost completly loose compression and sometimes no smoke or any thing.that pretty well covers all bases gas pressure,fire,and commpression.if low compression check timing they had plastic on the outside of the gears it breaks and falls off then time jumps,warning i've seen some vehicles still show decent compression even out of time just depending on the position of crank and cam.hope it helps

Jul 04, 2009 | 1990 Ford F150

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My truck is getting fuel but wont start


Three thing and engine need to crank are fuel fire and compression so if you have the other two then you are losing compression i would suggest running a compression test on it. I hope that helps you out.

Nov 25, 2008 | 1991 Chevrolet S-10

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