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96 tahoe turns over but wont start 1/2 tank of gas carbs clean gas gets to carb but i got no spark I just change the distributor' coil the MAP sensor new plugs and wires last November and really haven't drove that much but yeah it will not turn over again and I'm going to try to change my coil but I know my fuel pump works but I don't know what i should do now im changin um now i got a crank shaft sensor to put in to any advice

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Get a scan tool & look for "crank rpm". Meanwhile listen (after the 2 sec. prime pulse) for fuel pump operation "While you are Cranking." If you definately do not have fuel pump or spark "while you are cranking" it is a CKP sensor issue. These Vortex systems are extremely dependant on the fuel press. during cold start. Has to be well 60 psi.

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Did you visually check for spark at the spark plugs, engine cranking? Does the dist rotor turn when you crank it? Did you use a gage and check correct fuel pressure? Any applicable trouble codes? To check codes, yourself, at the least, you need an obd2 code reader.

If you have the spider fuel system, that system is noted for problems. No, the fuel system shouldn't cause a no spark. If no rpm signal, that will usually stop the injector pulse along with other issues.

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SOURCE: car does not start in cold weather

check your main relay it may be in default it is the signal that sends the gas pump is located below the driver side dash give me the new

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: heeeelp! turns over but wont start. changed gas filter,cap,rotor.

Are you sure it is getting spark to the plugs? Did you check fuel pressure? It still may be getting some fuel but not enough. Is it fuel injected or car berated?

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TIMMING CHAIN NEEDS TO B REPLACED AND MOTOR HAS TO BE RESET INTO TIMMING

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SOURCE: my 95 s10 blazer w/4.3 vortex wont start again...

it could also be the fuel pressure regulator or fuel filter that is in line or mabey the fuel injection relay i no it will not start if that blows well i hope this help please give a good rating that you

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SOURCE: 2003 cavalier cars turns over but won't start, changed plugs, coil pack, map sensor, starter, crank sensor, oxygen sensor, fuel pump works help?

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