Question about 1997 Dodge Dakota
I have tried all the suggestions proposed on this sight and it still will not start.
It is gettting plenty of fuel and has spark; so does anyone have any other ideas for me.
It acts like it is flooded!
An engine with lots of miles on them will start using oil and begin to not want to start because the oil fouls the plugs, sometimes even if you clean them doesn't seem to help, but id pull a couple of spark plugs out and look to see if they are very black and oily. if the plugs are not working properly your engine will flood.
check your plugs, if dirty, wirer brush them very good then try again, hopefully it will start, if it almost starts but not quite, then you probably need to replace them.
this may not be your problem, but its where i would start.
hope this helps, let me know
would really appreciate your feedback, please
Posted on May 23, 2009
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