Question about Dodge Intrepid
I had this happen with a ford some years ago. I took out the spark plugs and sprayed
WD-40 in the cylinder bores through the plug holes. I left the plug wires off (marked
of course and in a position that they coudn't arc. Then I used a set of jumper cables to
give the starter a little more starting current. (Starters use high current for brief periods
but cannot be used like a conventional electric motor). After running for a bit, I changed
the oil (since it would need changed anyhow after sitting for so long).
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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