Question about 1997 Volkswagen Jetta
First let me say I don't know any of the technical terms used by those "in the know", so please bare (bear?) with me. A few days ago a friend (who is not a mechanic, but has rebuilt multiple VW's of his own) replaced my spark plugs. After he finished the car wouldn't start. He went over what he had done & everything seemed in order. Then he thought by the way it sounded that maybe it was a problem with the battery or perhaps the starter (it would click, but won't "crank?"). Checked the battery - is okay... Checked the starter - it was in bad shape.... Replaced the starter & still the car won't work! Is there something he could have done when changing the spark plugs that would cause this problem??? Please help - I don't want to have to pay to have it towed to a mechanic if it's something simple he or my husband could easily fix.
Are they the right plugs? pull them out and turn it over if it turns you have the wrong plugs.compair depth on old plugs
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