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Dog got under hood. Pulled coil wires loose. Put coil wires back on. Replaced fuses. Fuel pump comes on. Engine turns but will not start. Put gas in carborator, no luck. Also replaced plugs. Need Help.

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If the dog tore and bit thru the wires you will not get any spark to you plugs this would cause a no start.

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