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My 721 ate an extension cord now it will not start.it turns over easy.not much of a spark.

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I got a new "easy heat" cable for my now frozen pipes. I installed it, plugged it in, and it got warm for about 5 minutes. Then it went cold as the frozen pipes and stayed that way. ??????


Did you check the circuit breaker/fuse for the circuit that you plugged it into? If you used an extension cord, can you power up another device from the extension cord (light, drill, etc)? If you're getting power at the plug, you've got a bad "easy heat" cable.

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Its a hemi head motor remove the plastic plate on the top of the head by removing the 10 mm bolts. Be careful you do not lose them or the grommets under them. The plug wires pull up out of the spark plug well down about 4 in. are the plugs. The easy way to get them out is with a socket that has a rubber insert to hold the plug as you lift it out. Be very careful when putting the new plugs in. They cross thread very easily make absolutely sure they are straight before putting the ratchet on the extension and tightening them. Turn the 6'' or so extension by had till they start into the threads. Be sure and dab a little anti seize on the threads to make the job easier and keep the threads in the head where they belong.

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My 1999 jimmy will not start seem like it not getting fuel


Hi and welcome to FixYa!
If that's the case then the fuel pump needs replacement. Once replaced you'll be good.

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Easiest access to replace #1,3 ,5 spark plugs on 3.4 lit v-6?


There really is not easy access. You will have to climb on the car motor and follow the wires down to the plugs. Use a 3/8" socket with a spark plug boot and swivel. It will make things easier.

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Engine turns over but won't start


Get yourself a female spade connector and five feet #12 AUTOMOTIVE WIRE. unplug the wire at the starter solenold. Plug in the five foot cord you made. Remove the distribitor cap. Turn the ignition switch on. Now take the other end of that extension wire and ark the positive battery. This will turn the engine over so you can watch the distribitor action. If this funtions ok, replace the cap. Now take one of the spark plug wires and stick a long screwdriver into it. Place it close to a ground source. Repeat turning over the engine with the ignition on. You should be getting good spark here. If ok here, check your fuel source. Turn off the ignition. Break the fuel line loose from the fuel rail. Turn on the ignition and the fuel should spurt out real good. Try these.

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How do i change the spark plugs on 2003 kia sedona van


Hey bobnatboys,
The back 3 spark plugs are a pain to get to.
But I have 2 methods, which perhaps you can put 2 an 2 together to make it easier for yourself.
firstly make sure you buy new ignition leads because they can break when removing them from the spark plugs. The front (cylinders 1, 3, 5) are easy to get to with 3/8" drive sparl plug socket, an extension bar and ratchet. As for the back 3, put the vehicle up on stands at the front, grab the spark plug socket, a short extension bar and the rachet, crawl underneath the front of the car on your back and start swearing. 2 hands are required. First off, remove the plug leads by a small twist then pull. This is where the plug lead might break. Once the ignition leads are out of the way (yes, even though they seem to come up hard against the firewall - by manipulating them they can be removed), drop the plug socket down the hole onto the spark plug, feed the short extension bar into the hole and click it onto the socket, then feed the ratchet up to the extension bar (2 hands) and proceed to loosen/undo the spark plug. If you don't have the socket with the rubber piece in the end of it - to grip onto the plug, then you will need a thin magnet to drag them out with. Reverse the process for installation.
Now the second option is remove the inlet manifold, its an easy procedure, and no need to hoist the car, just remember once the inlet manifold is off, block the holes to prevent things from falling in.

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All of them are easy except the last in the back as you are probably aware. No 'special' tools needed. I managed it with a a u-joint and 10" and a 6" extensions; the 10" seems about just right, the other not so critical.
From the passenger's side, lay over the wheel well and drop your plug socket with the 10" extension into the spark plug hole. That may take a couple minutes a fiddling to find it. Once in, slip on the u-joint. It will be right up against the firewall. Then put the other extension on. Voila!

Installing is the same. Put the plug in with the 10" extension, start by hand, then put the u-joint on & finish.

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