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It takes fuel, fire, and compression to start and of course you now days there are crank sensors and others that all work together. i would first listen in the filler cap to see if you can hear the fuel pump kicking on if it does then pull a spark plug out and leave it plugged in to the wire hold the threads to a ground bolt om the engine if no fire send another msg. what year make model and engine size is the vehicle to help with diagnosis
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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