Question about 1996 Buick Roadmaster
I've got a 1996 Plymouth Voyager 2.4 engine. It died on me as I was driving it. I've replaced the battery. When I try and start it, it tries so hard to turn over but just won't start. I'm getting compression and fuel sprays out of that tire knob looking thing. My timing belt is good and so is my starter and alternator. Fuel filter seems fine. Someone said if I change my spark plugs that should get it going? I've already replaced so much and worked on this forever. Any other ideas or is this person correct? Thanks
If the plugs are fouled they would be a problem. But why are they fouled? There should be a reason.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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