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Chevy van won't start

Our 1990 Chevy Van V20 won't start. The started turns but it won't start, we even tried jump starting it.

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    VAN STARTED, STOPPED RUNNING, WONT RE START AND IS MAKING GRINDING NOISE AND BACK FIRING

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    VAN STARTED STOPPED RUNNING WONT RE START MAKING GRINDING NOISE AND BACK FIRING

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Check for spark and fuel. If you have spark make sure your fuel pump is working. If pump is working and no spark, check for spark off coil wire. If nothing there either, remove ignition module and take it to Napa and have them check it. Have them test it several times.

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