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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is very possible your spark wires are bad. When was the last time you had a tune up?Spark plugs and wires,and change the oil.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
It could be many things, but after you have tried the other suggestions, please check that the EGR valve is not sticking open or getting vacuum when you try to start it. If so, you should temporarily disconnect it and look for an improper vacuum hose routing or bad thermo temp valve. First things to check though is improper fuel pressure or intermittent spark problems. Since starting fluid causes it to start, that would indicate a fuel problem. Factory fuel pressure should be at 33.6 psi. If you have the fuel injected model Festiva, you could have a bad injector. If you have a carburetor, check the fuel level in the bowl through the sight glass on the right side of the engine with a flashlight to see if the fuel pressure is keeping the bowl to the proper level (middle of sight glass).
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Check for a bad temperature sensor. If there is any code, read it with a scanner, and it will usually tell you what is going on.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
Hi it sounds like the distributor module as its a very common fault in elctronic distributors ok
Try a replacement & it should fix it straight away
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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