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Wont start will not start we got spark we got gas and the timing is on plugs are always wet after we try to start. it turns over and wants to start for the first couple of revolutions then it quits firing

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  • Eric Heifetz
    Eric Heifetz May 11, 2010

    is it possible TOO MUCH FUEL is being erroniously sent into the combustion chambers because of a faulty sensor ? ANY service lights prior to not being able to start ?

  • Clint Smock
    Clint Smock May 11, 2010

    Have you checked compression?

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After cleaning the fuel off of the plugs and getting them dry try unplugging the coolant temp sensor and jumping the connector (harness side) with a paper clip. This will cause the computer to think that the engine is already warmed up and will not richen up the system. If this fixes the problem replace the coolant temp sensor.

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