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Engine won't start,checked for engine fire,plenty spark on all cylinders,checked fuel output at canister and plenty of fuel

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Injectors, and how many pounds of pessure did the fuelpump hav when cranking engine?

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Motor turns over but won't start plugs r dry when I take one out is that spark or gas problem

Possible that gas is not getting into the cylinders. Spray some starting fluid down or into the intake. If it rumbles to life for a second, if it even fires a bit, you know that it is not a spark problem, cause yes it's got plenty of spark-good ignition-, so it must been not getting gas. Or if no effect from the starting fluid-careful, it's highly volatile- then it could be a spark problem.
If it fires, you would start diagnosing the fuel circuits that apply. The fuel pump puts gas up to the engine, to the injectors and under high pressure so the injector will spray gas into the cylinder. It's that simple. You just have to trust the manufacturer did a good job on the mile or so of wiring it all together so the computer can make the engine run. Any time you have a problem, check for trouble codes.

You should hear the fuel pump in the gas tank turn on for 2 seconds, to put pressure in the fuel lines and up to the engine, when the key is turned to ON. Make sure you can hear it. You may need to stand near the rear of the car to listen for it while someone turns the key to on. If you don't hear it, and the car won't start, you would need to check the fuel pump.

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91 Buick Skylark ran when parked but now won't

Is the check engine light on when the engine is running ?
Someone will need to check for spark on all cylinders and fuel pressure.
You might try spraying carb cleaner or starting fluid into the throttle body to boost fuel supply and see if it helps. If it does that would tell you its a fuel problem.

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2001 yukon shut off while driving won't start

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Engine won't start

If you have spark at the right time, compression, and fuel, you should have combustion.
Was it running before you had the work done ?
Is it possible the distributor timing is off ?
You know for sure the plugs are firing, not just the coil ? And the accel pump in the carb is spraying gas ? And the choke is closed ?
A major vac leak like the PCV valve hose or intake gasket could keep it from starting.

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1988 toyota camry 2.0 turns over but won't start. Car has been driving like a champ and one morning wouldn't start. Turns over fine but won't fire. Tested for spark by removing spark plugs...

Fuel pressure at idle is normally 30-35psi. Start by taking the gas cap off, and putting it back on. That will De-pressurize the fuel system. Also, make sure you have gas in the car. I have seen gauges on these cars read wrong. I hope this helps.

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Possible bad coil pack, since the plugs are not firing work you way back to the coil pack which is the 50k-70k volttage box that send the sparks through your wires to your plugs.

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2001 ford escort. engine turns over but will not start. pulled the plugs and motor gets good compression,replace plugs and wires,still nothing, then i put new timing belt-still nothing, checked fuel filter...

The engine needs three things to run, fuel, air and a spark at the right moment. Check the static timing of the motor, if those marks line up. You did not say you were getting any spark at the plugs. If you have spark, then try a little starting fuild into the intake while turning it over. If you have fuel delivery to the cylinders, the spark is coming at the right moment then it should be running. Any error codes set?

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