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Have fuel and spark but car still won't start. Replaced crankshaft sensor already, And put in new plugs

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The car wont start when its cold outside I have already replaced crankshaft posistion sensor and had tge fuel pump checked


Year/make/model???? Possible coolant sensor out of range. Does it try to start or just crank over and not start?

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I have a 94 chrysler concorde. The problem is it won't start, I have replaced the fuel pump and the fuel pump relay fuse. And it still won't start. What should I do now?


check see if you getting spark if not.have vechicle code scan could have faulty ECM .faulty camshaft sensor and crankshaft sensor.make sure engine has been tuned up.replace fuel filter change spark plugs and wires. before engine can run need fuel and spark.either one not working car will not crank.

Jan 12, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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I have replaced the camshaft sensor, Crankshaft sencor, computer, crankshaft pully, and new spark plugs on my 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse and it still won't start, what could it be?


Engine needs spark, fuel and air to run. I assume the starter is turning the engine over. Have you verified you have spark at the plugs? Have you verified you have fuel pressure? Can you hear the fuel pump when you first turn the ignition key? If, yes to those, check the timing belt settings to make sure something hasn't caused the timing to change.

Mar 22, 2012 | 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Dear Fixya, My 1993 excel hyundai turns over but won't start, we put plugs and wires and new fuel gasket. we r wondering where the fuel pump is, is there one or two pumps and how to get to them to fix...


Have you checked for spark first? Sometimes a car won't start due to no spark. This condition is usually caused by: Security system, bad ignition module, crankshaft sensor, camshaft sensor. You check it by pulling a plug wire and putting a screwdriver in the wire to see if it arcs. If it is getting fire look for the fuel pressure release valve usually located on the fuel rail, looks like a tire valve stem. If it shoots out gas, and you hear the fuel pump prime, check the fuel pressure regulator. It could also be the timing. There are four things needed for a car to start: fuel, spark, timing, compression. As for your question, as far as I know there is one fuel pump, you have to drop the tank to fix it. Hope this helps.

Jun 10, 2011 | 1994 Hyundai Excel

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I already replaced the crankshaft sensor. When the car gets hot it won't crank and then when it cools down it will start back up 2000 Grand Prix 3.8


Could be ignition control module or fuel pump, if you don't have spark to spark plug's, control module, also check for fuel pressure at fuel pump pressure port, port will be on fuel rail.

Aug 11, 2010 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Cranks but won't start put in new


It may be the crankshaft sensor.Some cars use sensors that "watch" the crankshaft.When you turn over the car the sensor sees the crankshaft moving and tells the computer to send fuel,spark,etc. I am not real keen on your particular car but it sounds like this may be your problem.

Jan 29, 2010 | 1991 Plymouth Laser

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1995 jeep wangler .drove it home, wont start. replaced fuel pump, new ign switch and crankshaft sensor.


I would have started a little cheaper myself. First, is it a fuel delivery problem or an electrical delivery problem? It could be something like a bad spark plug or wire, a clogged fuel filter. You indicate that you have already spent alot of money...some on a fuel pump and some on an ignition switch and crankshaft sensor. These are all expensive items that may not even be the problem. Check out the cheap stuff first and work by process of elimination. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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