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Car turns but won't start - 1994 ChryslerConcorde 3.5 V6
replaced spark plugs, checked pressure for gas flow it's 50psi,
noticed that old spark plugs were wet with wide gap on tip.

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Have you checked for spark? It might have a bad crank sensor.

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