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My 2005 suzuki forenza wont start , Ive tried compression which is fine, sparrk which is good and new fuel relay, its good and gets frul

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All a good start. You must consider timing. If the timing is off it will not fire correctly. There are cam and crank sensors that do the job, they must be checked.

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