Question about 1990 Nissan Pulsar
Posted by Anonymous on
Always check for the basics before replacing stuff to avoid time wasted and costs.
Check for spark at plugs while cranking,use a plug with a gap stretched out wide to work coil and module.It should be a healthy crack when it sparks.
Check for lack of fuel by spraying a carb or brake cleaner into open aircleaner while engine is being cranked.If it starts you will need to test fuel pump and power to it.
Check compression,nil or very low indicates broken timing chain/belt/keyway or internal damage.
I hope this helps,let me know your findings and we can work towards a fix.
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