My Car Turns over but Will Not Start?


Whenever my car turns over but will not start I check the two things an internal combustion engine needs to start, which are fuel and spark.  Normally a mechanic would be the best at troubleshooting the situation, but there are a couple things the do-it-yourselfer can do. Remove a spark plug with it still attached to the plug wire and while turning over the engine, watch for a spark. Next verify fuel is getting into the combustion chamber.
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Hi amber thanks for asking. and sorry about the delay there are alot of possiblities to this problem. An engine needs 2 main things to start,Spark and Fuel, take one of those away
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