Question about 1987 Toyota Celica
Generally it makes sense to check fuel and fire first. assuming you did not just dump some water into the gas tank you could pull a spark plug and have a compatriot turn the engine over while you hold the spark plug next to the block and see if there is a spark jumping. the plug wire must be attached to the plug. while the plug is out take a close look and sniff to see if it is wet with gas.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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