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92 es300 no spark. turns over strong, timing belt ok. tried a new coil. gets fuel to rails.

92 es300 crank, no start.

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Went through car wash the other day. An hour of so later the car started idling real rough and started dying at stops. Pulled into parking lot and it died. Will turn over strong (new battery) but will not catch. Just had a used hood put on car at body shop and the driver's side hood edge does not seat fully closed (gap). More flush on the passengers side. Could water from auto car wash have gotten under neath the hood and shorted out something? It has set for 2 days and will still just turn over and not start????

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Check timing belt.Possable failer

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