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It is quite possible for any sensors to fail but I would like to ask you for checking out the fuel filters first. Check for traces of impurities/ water in the system, if so change filter and clean the tank, the fuel pump also. If the spark is good and the fuel pump seems pumping good, the fuel injection on idle may be faulty due to particles in the fuel system. If you depress and crank there is a possiblility of flooding and resulting in saturation of fuel inthe cyclinder. the engine willnever start them,Open up all the plugs and clean, dry them before fixing crank and smell for good fuel mixture into the cylinders. Check also your compression on all the cylinders. Now you will have an idea of the cylinders, refix the spark plugs and crank without pressing too much. If it starts to life the fault is definetly with the fuel. recheck the fuel distribution, clean and reset. hope this helps you out. Good day
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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