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Will not start has fire new distrubter and spark plugs,wires could it be computer all points there

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Try pouring a little starting fluid or fuel into the throttle body and see if it will fire a few times--if yes, then check the fuel system. Does the fuel pump run for a moment or two, then shut off when you turn the key to on (good!)? The fuel filter is a common problem. At this point, does the check engine light come on? If so, rent a scanner and read out any codes which should at least point to the general problem area. Don't continue to replace parts until it runs--that can get very expensive. If the computer has problems, the scan should reveal that condition. Hope this helps!

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