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Daewoo lanos 2002 problem

Dave,

timing belt is in tact, and tension is fine, ignition systems are dry! i must still check the spark plugs, will one dead plug cause the engine to not start?

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Hi andrecti
dave here

not likely
however if there is no spark to a plug the engine may not start

there are other scenarios also

check for spark in each plug wire and then each plug

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

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andrecti
dave here

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im dave

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