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Nissan ka24e will not start, it turns over. Its

Nissan ka24e will not start, it turns over. Its got new cap, plug wires, sparks plugs, and ignition rotor. firing order is 1,3,4,2. it is producing spark and there is fuel getting through

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    ka24e will not start, it turns over. Its got new cap, plug wires, sparks plugs, and ignition rotor. firing order is 1,3,4,2. it is producing spark and there is fuel getting through plugs are being saturated

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Did it run previously?
if so make sure all connections are hooked up especially to the ignition module

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    yes, the dist cap had a crack in it, I replace it, and rewired correctly on new cap, never restarted since

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Hmmm check your fuel pump relay and fuel pump fuse...
once fine u need to check the pump itself,, to do this,,

1.) remove hose leading into fuel filter
2.) place in a glass jar
3.) turn ignition on only for a few seconds,, fuel will pump into the jar,, if not check the fuse and relay again,, if thats ok you will need to replace the fuel pump,, its mounted on top of the gas tank..

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  • trvickers1 Jul 04, 2010

    thanx for the reponse though the sparks plugs are being saturated with gas its getting fuel

  • trvickers1 Jul 04, 2010

    its getting fuel, the spark plugs are being saturated

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