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Hello im getting spark and fuelbut it will not crank.

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Is the battery fully charged Will starter turn over if you boost the engine with another battery?
Is the starter working properly?
Are all the battery cables clean and tight?These are things to start checking out.

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I had a coil pack that I just change less than seven days prior burn up then I change out but not it will crank but not start im stumped it is a Mitsubishi endeavor 2004 6cyl.


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Assuming your spark plug firing order is correct after the coil pack replacement and your plugs and plug wires are clean and connected properly--and you have gas in the vehicle--I am thinking Throttle Position Sensor (TPS).
To test the TPS you hold the throttle pedal to the floor and start the vehicle, if the vehicle starts you need to clean or replace the TPS.

If the vehicle will still not start and everything was replaced on the vehicle as the parts came off of the vehicle--and the vehicle ran before think:
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You may need someone to crank the vehicle (mind your hands) while you test. You should be able to find videos for spark testing.

I hope this helps.

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Im getting a crank/ no start situation on my 93 chevy astro ext 4.3Ltr v6 and ive never let a vehicle beat me b4 but this one is giving me a sound whoopin - pls help


Easiest way to trouble shoot a crank no start is to spray starting fluid into the air cleaner intake before you crank it. If it fires then dies it is a fuel problem. If it doesn't fire it is a spark problem. If it fires then dies, check the fuel pressure at the engine end of the fuel line. Pressure below spec prevents the injectors from working properly. See shop manual for the proper procedure.
If it doesn't fire put a spark tester at one of the plug wires set to the proper gap to measure the spark voltage being developed by the coil etc. Good luck.

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Hello,my 1983 ford ranger doesn't start it does smell like gas when im cranking it over .ive had rebilut carb,cap rotor ,has good spark on new plugs ,new fuel pump,new filter and carb is getting gas.im...


That solenoid is the electric choke and it will flood the truck out if it's not working properly, have you tried to hold the butterfly opened while cranking it, if it starts then, you can unplug the connector to the choke and run it, it just might be hard to start when it's cold.

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Im getting spark and fuel but no injector pulse


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No spark


Yes. No crank sensor signal usually means no spark. The ecu has to receive crank position to set spark timing. I think you've really hit a big problem. You may need to get in touch with some people who have done this mod. I've always heard it's best and easiest to swap the engine with its ecu and the wiring harness into another car. Or something more compatible with that jdm engine.

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Hello i have a 1988 ford escort GL hatch back and it is clearly shuting gas into the intake and it is still not starting i think its the spark but im not sure


Remove a spark plug wire, insert a phillips screwdriver in the wire and set it near a ground where there is a small gap like 1 inch or less between the screwdriver and the block or a ground to the frame, have someone crank the engine and see if you hear or see a spark

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1999 ford Explorer 4.0 v6 4x4 will cranck but not start has spark


Honestly it's probably just dirty spark plugs. Did you pull any of the spark plugs and inspect the tips for build up? A couple things to remember:

1.) If the timing chain broke, the valves wouldn't be opening so you wouldn't have any air coming out of the exhaust during crank. You said it smells like you're getting fuel, so I'm assuming that means you're smelling the exhaust fumes, right?

2.) The crank sensor tells the ignition system when to send a spark to the plugs. If you're getting good spark, it's unlikely that the crank sensor is faulty.

If it's too soon for spark plugs to need replacing, check your sensors. A faulty oxygen sensor for example could cause your engine to run 'rich', resulting in faster crud build up on spark plug tips.

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No spark on my 1990 honda accord ex.


Hello,
Could you possibly be looking on the wrong area? is the rotor turning when engine is cranked? I hate to possibly bring bad news but is the cam belt/chain intact? as if broken you'll never get a spark.
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