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What's up with that is a harness lose somewhere.is a motor mount
broke and when the engine lifts up while Turing and pulls on harness check all plugs and mounts.wierd problem always fun to find good luck
depending on how low it was, you may have air in the system and it may need bleeding. start it up and turn the wheel all the way to the right and hold a couple of seconds then turn all the way to the left and hold 2 seconds. do this several times and see if that helps.
You need to recheck your wires that you hooked up when you replaced the starter.You possibly have some that could be touching each other.If the the positive cable touches the purple wire on the solenoid the engine will turn over when you hook up the battery.Check your wiring very carefully.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Of course it will. Not only that, but attempting to turn it over, might damage internals in the engine. Take all the spark plugs out, and start the engine for five or ten seconds, that should get the water out of the cylinders. Even with fresh plugs, the engine will be hard to start, but once it does, it will clean itself. Water in the cylinders also means water in the crankcase, so change the oil and filter afterwards.
hi its rob i take it its deizel there is normaly a coolent sencer on ur car witch tells the computer that the engine is at running temp. if this is folty then the computer thinks the engine is still cold so when u turn of ur engine and try to start it is trying to start on a cold start but cant becouse the engine is hot