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Broke radiator after bump in curb checked fuel switch battery turns over but not start please last hope or when it goes to Mach morning presume it needed to
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if car has solonoid mounted under hood, then ,jump from baterry cable on solinoid, to ignition wire or post. if van works then solinoid is bad,,
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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the battery might have been jolted enough to damage it. try a jump or another battery.check all the ground cables.check that the connector that comes from the battery positive terminal and is near battery didnt come unpluged.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
I will try to help you. You are correct about the starting fluid, if it has fire starting fluid should do something. So the problem must be either no fire to the plugs or the timing belt is broke.
Check to see if the plugs have spark. If they do not, then get with the Autoparts store and ask if your car needs a Ignition relay to run. Then ask if your car takes a rubber timing belt. If your car does not have a rubber timing belt try the Ignition relay. If you do have a rubber belt check behind the shield in front of the engine to see if the timing belt is broke.
The timing belt is different than the serpetine belt that drives the pulleys. Cars with rubber timing belts have both belts. Should your timing belt be broken it is not an expensive repair. But you will need to details on replacement of that part.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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there should be a fusable link which if it blows will give you those symptoms. sorry i don't know where it would be on your caddy.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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