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MY 1999 MONTE CARLO WON'T START, ORIGINALLY THOUGHT IT MIGHT HAVE BE THE FUEL PUMP BUT, CHANGED THE FUEL PUMP, AND FUEL FILTER, FUEL RELAYS, AND SPARK PLUGS AND STILL WON'T START

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Even though , you changed the spark plugs, were you getting any spark before you changed them, if you didn't check for spark, i would check out the coil, for spark, you can do this by removing 1 of the spark plug wires and ground it, then have someone to crank over the engine, to see if spark is present, if no spark, i would check the ignition control module inside the distributor.

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