Okay. I would start with a battery but it is not starting then we need to check for spark and fuel. If we don't have either of those, it could just be a failed PCM. However, I would not buy it if this is not fixed unless you get one heck of a good price as it sits. Basically the approach is, you may need a fuse, a PCM, or an engine. If he is not willing to fix it before he sells it to you then you are taking all the risk and risk needs to have a large dollar amount assigned to it before it makes it worth taking the risk.
Otherwise, tell him to call you when it is fixed and you will come buy it. Without really digging into this it is a large risk you are taking buying it as is. I don't see nearly enough to say this is going to be something simple or cheap.
Thursday, June 18th, 2020 AT 7:54 PM