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Car will crank, but not turn over. fuel pump or

Car will crank, but not turn over. fuel pump or filter maybe?

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You have to figure out several things. Do you have spark at the plugs, fuel to the engine and if so enough pressure? If you have these things then you could go to possible timing issues, but you have to check these first.

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