Check/replace Rotor Check for spark at plugs
You need to check wires. Make sure that you connected plug wires in the correct order. Check that wires are sitting tightly on spark plugs. If it didn't work, remove spark plugs and check the gap for all of them. Install the spark plugs and try to start again. If it didn't work install old spark plugs and try again. If it didn't work check the fuse box under the hood. Hopefully it works.
Obviously- the spark plugs were not the issue :)
Check Spark Plugs, make sure you have Reg spark plugs and not cold plugs.....Could be that if you are using 5w30 oil you may have to switch to 10w30 oil during cold season...Thats the only 2 things i can think of
may be many things , spark plugs, spark plug cables , distrubuor , gas , alternator not charging the battery or a bad battery maybe evn gas - *PhAZe II* -
yes it does, every car has spark plugs or it wouldn't start.
1. Make sure you are getting fuel to the carb... 2. If you are getting fuel and spark to you spark plugs and the plugs are wet, You more than likely have a timing problem.
My 93 camry has no power from the distributor to the spark plugs. The car unable to start.
No. There are not "spark plugs" on turbofan engines. There are ignitors, which help to ignite the fuel during start, but unlike spark plugs, ignitors do not run constantly.
Check to see if it getting spark/fuel Check rotor
To remove the stuck spark plugs, you can break them loose and then start to get them tighter as you rotate them out. The ratchet wrench can also be used to remove the stuck spark plugs.
Check the terminals in boots are fully snapped on to ends of plugs. Also proper torque on plugs. Remeber if loose, thee is no compression & gases won't fire.
You should replace the spark plugs when your car won't start first time but does eventually.
If the spark plug or plugs are bad the car will not start If the car does not start, (for various reasons) the spark plugs may be fouled or damaged by this and require replacement.
If it turns over but seems to buck & choke you may have the wires on in the wrong order. Did you do them one at a time? Does it try to start?
the spark plugs probably need to bee changed, happened to me and mine, cost about $100
Absolutely. Worn plugs or carbon-fouled plugs can cause an engine to not start.
Sounds like you flooded it. Pop the plugs out and let the gas evaporate and try it again.
i had the same problem i had spark n fuel..i changed the plugs and the car fired up so try changin the plugs
It should try to start at least. It may or may not actually start but you should hear it fire on the 2 good plugs. Why not just replace all 4 spark plugs?
You need compression, fuel and spark. You are missing one of those.
Check your battery and alternator.
start with the spark plugs
if it is getting fuel and spark it could be the map sensor
To change spark plugs a person must start with a car that is off, then disconnect the batter. The person must then remove the spark plug cables, remove the spark plugs, and replace them with new spark plugs. After that, one must put the spark plug cables back in the correct order, then connect the battery.