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You must first determine if it is fuel or spark problem. Squirt some starting fluid in carb if it has carb or in fuel intake if newer vehicle. If it even attempts to start you have a fuel problem. To find if it's spark related take out the easiest spark plug put the wire back on it, lay the plug againt a metal part of the engine, and have another person turn the engine and you watch for a spark at the plug gap. If you have spark you have a fuel problem, if no spark you have an ignition problem.
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