fuel shut off switch by front passenger door.
If it turns over and will not start you are lacking either spark or fuel. That is about all the information I can give you with the information you have provided.
mine did the same thing when the timing belt broke
check if it is getting fire
It is getting fuel/spark/ compression?
wont, start,change punp,not getting gas
It is either getting no fuel or no spark.
maybe under the front seats
reset the immobliser using a scan tool.
probably getting too much fuel and flooding
If your engine turns over but doesn't start it is either not getting fuel , spark , or air
A 2002 Suburban that turns over but will not start is not getting fuel to the injectors, the ignition system is defective, or the spark plugs are worn out. Performing a full tune-up of the engine will solve most of these issues.
is your timing off? are you getting any spark at all?
is it getting gas ? do you have spark?
i don't know about the daewoo but most vehicles have a switch "in case of an accident" that turns off the fuel pump. find out where your switch is and make sure it is set "or reset". that should make your pump come on to start the car. may want to check your fuses or not blown also to the pump.
Since no spark, start with the coil!
Clean the terminals on the battery and cables. You might not be getting good contact.
A 1997 Mercedes Benz E320 that turns over but won't start may not be getting enough fuel or may have no spark. Connecting the vehicle to an OBDII code reader will help diagnose the problem.
Okay, crank it. No start...are you getting fuel? If so, check for spark. If you are getting spark and fuel, check to see if your timing is correct. After that, I'm really not sure...if you are getting gas and spark, then the thing should fire up.
check the adjustment of your valves
check and make sure you are getting spark to coils!!
nissan 240sx. it turns over but wont start
If someone turns against you,they start behaving bad. They start ignoring you and not caring for you.
It's usually one of two things: 1. You aren't getting any spark so you will want to start at the distributer cap. 2. You aren't getting any gasoline so you will want to start at the fuel pump.
One does not 'start' an oven, one turns it on.