I determined no fire at plug by removing the spark plug wire, inserting a conductive metal rod (a screwdriver) into the plug wire touching the metal contact deep in the socket, then holding the rod very close to a metallic part of the engine. I saw no fire jump from the rod to the ground of the engine, while turning over the engine. I then did the same thing using my digital multimeter, placing the positive probe in the wire socket and the negative probe on ground and saw no voltage reading in the AC or DC mode, while turning over the motor. I do not know how to check for fuel pressure, but I assumed a fuel delivery problem would take 2nd place to no fire. I did determine that the fuel pump was running by placing a funnel into the gas port and putting my ear to the funnel, when the key was turned on, I could hear the fuel pump engage.
Thanks for your response, and please excuse the delay in my reply, I work 10.5 hrs a day 6 days a week, presently.
Friday, June 18th, 2010 AT 10:58 AM