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JUST REPLACED HEAD GASKET AND CAR WON'T START PLUGS SEEM TO BE GETTING TOO MUCH FUEL ANY SUGGESTIONS

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Try checking the wires on the crank sensor they run over the top of the engine and the wires get hot and the insulation breaks so they short out inside the wire hence no spark

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