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Why would a 85 Grand Marquis crank but not turn over?

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2004-10-24 10:16:05
2004-10-24 10:16:05

Cranks and turn over are the same thing. It may crank or turn over and not start. If that is the case, find out if it needs fire or fuel and go from there.

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