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it is possible that your neg battery terminal could be losing contact or coil could have stopped working and im sure the oil on the spark plugs has a bit to do with the running issue . You need to change the valve cover gasket make sure nothing is cracked clean up the valve cover and engine side surface install valve cover gaskets and bolts torque em down and see what happens youll probably have to replace the spark plugs or clean them up real good
Often the whole instrument cluster runs off of the same fuse. Did it just recently stop working? If so, has there been any work done recently to the stereo or any of the dash controls?
A fuse blowing just because it's worn out, or old, is not very common. Most fuses are damaged from electrical work being done and someone accidently touches something that sends an electrical surge which blows the fuse.
You should be able to remove the fuse cover, inside the car on the driver's side. When you remove the cover most have a fuse diagram on the inside of the cover.
Fuel cutoff was stuck in closed position and sticking.opened valve and engine started but stopped again as valve closed. Lubricated valve with transmission oil and now works okay. Valve is under a light metal cover on rear end of pump on top. removd cover & found problem.No oil or fuel under cover-can run engine with cover off Now working OK after lubricated with trans oil -thanks anyway
Jean first thing to ask is do you hear a motor running / next if you hear a motor running then check the arms there are covers wherethe arms connect make sure they are tight/ then if not check the fuse box one is under the dash and the other is in your engine compartment lif the covers off and it will tell you exactly which one it is and replace that fuse