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Join Date: May 2005
Location: Miramichi, New Brunswick
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Before you start throwing parts at this problem, check for code(s) and see if there is anything and go from there. If there is nothing, check for spark, have you done so yet? If there's no spark, it's still going to inject fuel into the cylinder regardless. Also if the car was flooded after trying to start it and it sat this long, you can try starting it again. Hold your foot to the floor while cranking. The second it fires up (if it even will) let go of the throttle. Once you verify it runs, then change the oil and filter.
But first things first, start with checking the basics such as codes, spark, I assume you have fuel if you're getting it in the oil, but fuel pressure is something else to check. Remember no matter how advance and engine is, it still requires the basics to run.
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