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2000 chrysler sebring running fine parked it and it would not start

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If you can turn the key to the on position and listen if you can hear the fuel pum making a soft clicking or pumping sound. That will tell you the pump does work. next will be checking for spark to the spark plugs. A dark garage is worthing having if youpull a plug wire loose and let it be a fraction of an inch to the plug. Somebody will have to crank the engine to check for a spark aching at the plug from the wire.. From there if that looks good with a spark in place, open the air filter and by now the smeel of gas should be strong. If not its time for a fuel filter change for it maybe plugged up. Please check back after you perform these noted suggestions

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