If it's getting no spark, use a code scanner to see what the computer reports. Typically the computer will be able to detect electrical problems and tell you what's wrong.
It cranks the engine over in order for it to start running.
It is the ECC relay! It is the ECC relay!
are you getting spark?
Broken timing chain or belt
small journal cranks can be ground to a minimum of 1.9585 (rod journals) big journal cranks 2.0685 ( rod journals)
If your Honda CRV cranks but won't turn over because the spark plugs are not getting spark, ensure the wires are connected. A loose spark plug wire can cause this issue.
fuel pump could have gone bad , does it have fuel in the tank ?
check your timing
it is easier to pedal with longer cranks because you have more leverage but it is not necessarily better to have really long cranks.
I would replace the ignetion module that is in the distributor.
Check for spark and fuel. You are not getting one of those.
Check for clogged fuel filter; check coil, alternator/generator.
check for spark at plugs,coil.check you are getting fuel check ignition condensor
do you mean it cranks, but will not start?
If the engine cranks & cranks & cranks before it starts even though it's warmed up already.
For some reason it is not getting EITHER fuel OR spark , so it cranks but doesn't start
fule filter needs replacing
No of cranks used in 6 cylinder engine
Cranks is the motor turning over, But cranks and won't start means either you no fuel or no spark or both.
Assuming this is a Chevrolet Tracker, probably missing fuel or spark.
Lol, there could be many reasons for that. Easiest way is to try putting on a clean fuel filter.
Does it crank faster than normal? perhaps timing chain Check for fuel Check for spark
The duration of Those Wonderful Movie Cranks is 1.5 hours.
Change plugs, check your ignition coil. an check your batt(it needs to be fully charged)
A 97 Geo Metro that cranks but gets no spark is not getting enough power to the ignition coil or the coil itself is bad. The coil use the 12 volts of power provided by the battery and alternator to generate a very powerful spark.