I'm sorry but more info is needed, in order to diagnos it. If you can, email me. I would like to know if this is a full tune up you did. I see you didn't mention replacing the airfilter, cap& rotor. Or for that matter, what was happening that prompt you to change these parts, ok. May be the timing belt has snapped!
Easy way to check is, remove the distributor cap and have someone crank the egine. If the rotor turns, the belt is on. If it does not rotate, your timing belt has broken. Also, people need to include not only the yr of the car but the engine size too.
it may be that you have misplaced the plug wires order, ensure you have the correct fire order and the proper #1 position on the cap. This may be the answer if the car was running prior to your maintenance, also check that the fuel filter is in a correct flow by looking at the arrow on the filter
yes it does, every car has spark plugs or it wouldn't start.
check the spark plugs. may not be catching fire.
Electrical issue, computer issue, engine mechanical issue, no fuel in tank, no spark to spark plugs, dead battery, etc
start with dist cap and rotor
Remove all spark plugs and turn it over to blow the water out. Change the oil/filter, install the plugs and start it up.
An engine which cranks but will not start is not receiving enough fuel or has no spark. A clogged fuel filter or bad spark plugs often cause this problem.
my van will crank, but won't start, had spark plugs change
are you getting fuel past the fuel filter. do you have spark at the spark plugs
Obviously- the spark plugs were not the issue :)
check your fuel filter and also your spark plugs.
A 2003 Chevy Suburban will crank but not start if it has no spark or fuel. Checking for a clogged fuel filter or fouled spark plugs can help to resolve the problem.
incorrect ignition timing, no fuel pressure, or no spark.
Check to see if it getting spark/fuel Check rotor
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 the glow plugs and the glowplug curcut . also check the fuel filter
If a 1996 Bravada will turn over, but not start, the carburetor may be plugged. Bad spark plugs, a clogged fuel filter, or a clogged air filter can also be the problem.
You need to check to see if it's a fuel problem or an electrical problem. Is there adequate spark at the plugs? If so, check for fuel problems. Clogged filter, bad fuel pump, bad gas..
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/replace Rotor Check for spark at plugs
i had the same problem i had spark n fuel..i changed the plugs and the car fired up so try changin the plugs
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.
Starting point is to check for fuel at the carburetor and spark at the plugs. Whichever one is not there will give you a place to start backtracking to find the problem
if it has spark plugs check the distributor cap and/or rotor button for corrosion