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The radiator blew a hole in it. I have not replaced it yet. When I try to start, it turns over fine but will not start. Is their a safety on it? The oil quality and quantity are good.

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I think you should check the fuel injection system because this indicates that the electricity is good but the fuel is not reaching the combustion chamber. May be the fuel pump is not working ,but sure it's nothing to do with the radiator .

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