First, get used to it. All RX7s like to flood. Read up on how to de-flood a rotary engine--you need to know how, and you need to carry tools to do it on the road. Be prepared, because it will happen somewhere you don't want it to. Second, All RX7s run very rich until they are fully warmed up. Therefore if you start an RX7 and shut it off without warming it up to operating temperature, it often floods. You didn't do anything wrong, nor is anything wrong with your RX7. It is just the nature of the beasties. Let's say you start it to get it out of the garage to wash it. When you shut it off, it will likely flood. Push it out instead, or go for a spin to the store and when you come home, then wash it.
your automatic chock is getting stuck!use some pb blaster on it!
Spark plugs don't smoke. A bad alternator would cause a dead battery.
Internal engine damage.
That strongly implies that the plug or plugs are not firing at all.
poor installation most likely
Worn spark plugs would cause mis-firing or non firing cylinders, both are no good for the engine, replacing the plugs may stop the knock (Could also be a different problem) But you should replace spark plugs as soon as possible.
start with dist cap and rotor
Flooding in a 1994 3.1 liter Cutlass engine could be from a faulty fuel pump. The spark plugs may also be fouled.
The only time I've seen cracked spark plugs was putting them in or taking them out with the socket not perfectly straight.
No, not unless your connect the plug wires wrong or one of the new spark plugs was bad.
the engine is constantly vibrating and it dislodges the spark plugs
Your spark plugs.
Bad coil, rotor, distributor cap?
To answer this question it would be helpful to have more information for example if your vehicle is older with high miles a worn out distributer can cause this problem
bad fuel bad spark plugs incorrect timing
I would recommend the OEM spark plugs, AC/Delco. Excellent plugs.
The most common problems would be a weak or no spark OR old bad gas.
no gas entering piston chambers or no spark in the spark plugs. I assume the starter is spinning the engine?
There would be six spark plugs for a six cylinder engine. One for each cylinder. Unless it is a diesel, then there are no spark plugs.
Dirty fuel injectors or spark plugs
A very good possibility is the opti spark distributor.If this distributor gets slightly damp,it can cause several problems.
They had 2 engines available, a 2.4L 4 cylinder which would have 4 spark plugs and a 3.4L V-6 with 6 spark plugs.
bad spark plugs or bad wire connection to the spark plug
Bad spark plugs, spark plug wires or distributor cap and rotor.