I was driving and I heard a puttering noise.
I lost some of my acceleration, and when I pulled over and turned the car
off, It wouldn't restart. The battery is fine (it worked in another car).
I can hear the solonoid kicking on, but the engine does not crank over. I
took the spark plugs out, and it still wouldn't crank over. Also, the two
spark plugs on the driver's side were covered in oil, but the other two
were dry. Is it possible that the timing belt is to blame? If so, howcan I
prove it? Why won't the engine crank over with the spark plugs out if it
the timing belt? What causes the oild to get down on the spark plugs?
have the same problem?
Sunday, March 26th, 2006 AT 9:07 PM