my best gess is that your injectors are sending too much fuel into the cylinder for the sparkplug to ignite
why were there sparks when cabels were hooked up when trying to jump start car is it safe to try and jump start car again
A bad injector can cause your engine to flood out and not start. The bad injector might be completely open and shooting too much fuel into the system.
No. It is highly dangerous and could cause an explosion and serious injury.
no not at all, unless your friend is dating him.
You hooked up the wires backwards on the starter go in and change them. That or you got the wrong starter.
there might be something wrong with your carburetor that has to be a joke! probably your injector is or fuel filter is clogged. have your injectors cleaned or replaced. (there is no carb on a fuel injected engine)
Hooked up wires wrong or ignition switch bad out/ of adjustment
Unless there is something specifically wrong with it make sure the battery is charged and that it has gas in it and turn the key. Is there something wrong with it?
replace the solenoid ,is shorted.
if the injector is getting fuel, check for spark at the plugs, it might be the plug wires, bad plugs, rotor, pick up, or coil
Visit a gas station to get it fixed.
The sink drain is plugged,or you have the dishwasher hose hooked up in wrong place.
This problems is usually caused by a part gone wrong within the fuel system. A person can check this by adding fuel injector cleaner to the gas tank, checking the fuel line for leaks, and by replacing the fuel filter or fuel pump.?æ
No, but you could get into legal trouble. Plus, unless you aren't any type of medical practitioner, you would do it wrong
with an n14 it more than likely is an injector .. it could be air in line or turbo boost sensor but more oftenthan not its the injector
Fuel pressure regulator or bad injector is allowing the fuel delivery system to loose pressure and drain back to the tank. There's No gas at the injectors for for normal start up.
You may have the wires to the wrong plugs.
Unless you already know how to do this, pay a professional. Do it wrong and you will have engine damage when you try to start the engine.
Because you hooked it up wrong.
A battery hooked up back wards can fry all sorts of electrical components. Every thing from fuses, to wires, to computers.
The most common problem, when a 1990 Geo tracker floods out with gas, is a bad fuel injector. The injector might be leaking or injecting a steady stream of fuel
An injector is probably sticking and causing "wash down". Gasoline can then leak past the cylinder walls and get into the oil. That much fuel in the cylinder will make it impossible to start the engine. I'd also check the fuel pressure regulator
check for fuel pressure/ and then check to see it its fireing. no fire could be a coil pack or/ computer. no fuel could be fuel pump or filter or injector pulse.
not unless your parents approve it! otherwise, its VERY wrong!