I got off of work and the car started just fine, but drove to the place where I clock out and turned the car off. When I came back out (approximately 2 or 3 minutes later), the car would not start. Cranks but will not start. Had been starting & running good. Tried to turn over a little, acted like not getting gas, and would not run. Now it just cranks but won't turn over.
1. Fuel pressure reads 60 psi
2. Changed Crank sensor near the starter
3. Getting spark all four coil wires (orange/blue)
4. Tried starter fluid
5. Fuel pump kicks on. Humms
6. Installed New Plugs 5 or 6 weeks ago
About 3 or 4 weeks ago, the car did the same thing. Came out from work and would not start. I let it sit and when I came back to work approximately 24 hours later, it started right up.
Would a restricted catalytic converter cause the vehicle to not start? Converter is bad, don't know if restricted.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 AT 12:27 PM