Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
New battery, new rotor, new coil, I'm still not getting a spark?
Car cranks but will not ignite. Plugs seem to have some fuel on them, so I assume the engine is getting gas.
what could possibley be the problem?
Check your oil. pull the dipstick and smell the end of it. find out if you can smell gas in the oil. If so the car won't start because it is fuel fowled. change the plugs. be aware this will only solve the problem until enouph gas gets back through and fowles them again....... have it checked to find out why you gas is getting to your plugs.
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