We stopped the engine to go in the house came back out and it will not start out of nowhere. It's getting fuel pressure to the rail because the bleeder spits fuel when depressed, the plugs are getting spark, we used a mini tester to connect to the cars computer for any error codes it is getting none. It turns over fine so it probably is not running out of time, the car is in good shape and maintained. It does sound like it wants to turn over for a split second but very quickly; I just can't figure this out. Tried removing the air box cover and moving the shifter back and forth (auto) it can't be an electrical problem. Like I said the rail is getting fuel and the plugs are wet. Any suggestions?
have the same problem?
Friday, May 20th, 2011 AT 10:55 PM