Some of the best mechanics I know are women, so don't be so rough on yourself.
A no start situation is usually fuel related or ignition related. To help you, I need you to determine which one it is. The easiest thing to do is try starting the car using starting fluid. It gets sprayed into the "throttle body" which is located at the end of the tube that runs from the airfilter to the engine. It will be mounted to the engine. Follow the directions on the can. Also, because it evaporated really fast, it would be easier to have a helper try to start the car after you spray it.
NOTE: Starting fluid is very flamable. Please follow all directions and warnings on the product can.
Let me know what you find, and step back from the car before it gets cranked just incase it backfires.
Let me know what you find.
Friday, March 19th, 2010 AT 12:51 PM