Monday, November 12th, 2012 AT 8:16 PM
When starting the car, the engine turns over fine, but it won't start. The starter works, but the engine doesn't ignite. A computer read out suggested there was air in the fuel line. My mechanic suggested either rocking the car or hitting the fuel tank or coasting the car forward to see if this would help. After doing this the car has started. This has only happened about 4 times in the last year, but I am concerned about being stuck. Can you suggest possible causes, besides the fuel pump. My mechanic doesn't feel he can say it is the fuel pump for sure, and that it could be something else?