You just had a valve job done on your 2002 kia optima drove it home fine and now car wont turn over wants to start by wont stay running any idea what it is Fuel pump was replaced as well?
Call the person who repaired the car and tell them what is going on. But what you write above makes no sense. You say, "(wont turn over) (wants to start) by (wont stay running)" If it won't turn over, how does it want to start, and how can it be running in the first place? Did they replace the fuel filter. If not, they should have.
Altima was running fine lost all power car shut down it would turn over but would not start I changed the computer it started right up drove for a little bit car did the same thing happend?
Why will my 1999 diesel only start running when the block heater is plugged in even in warm weather?
If the toilet is not running right, won't stop running, or not running at all, it could very well be the fill valve. This means that the valve will need to be replaced as soon as possible or the toilet will not work properly. If not replaced (or refitted), it could start to leak and end up costing one even more money in the long run.
Why is it my battery will barely turn the motor over and when it does start you have to pump the gas pedal to keep it running?
Have a 1991 Toyota 4 runner that will not start have put new fuel pump and new injectors and it still wont start?
Your 04 mustang won't start the battery died a couple days ago and you got a jump and have been driving it for a of couple days and drove it today and now your car won't start?
1994 Sunbird. Replaced headlight bulb but lost daytime running lights. Car intermittently refuses to start since that day. What happened?
1996 Toyota 4Runner has intermittent ignition problem All electrical will work but car will not start Might start an hour later Does not stall while engine running Recently replaced the battery and it?
Why will your car not start after you have had your alternator replaced fuses replaced and battery replaced on your 2004 Ford Explorer?
I have a more significant question, why are you replacing perfectly good parts? Throwing random parts at a problem does not tell you what's wrong. You need to check individual subsystems to find out why your car isn't running. It's always down to the basics, ignition, fuel and compression. If you have all three, and in the right sequence and intensity, the engine MUST run; there are no other options. So to find out why…