Fuel in the radiator is a HUGE stretch. In theory (if you have a bad headgasket) it may be possible if you have a flooded motor. But I've never seen this, and probably never will.
If the vehicle cranks but doesn't start, it may of been your ignition secondary parts (plugs/wires). But if the vehicle doesn't crank, the plugs are not at fault. I would check the battery, starter, power cables, etc.
Thursday, January 28th, 2010 AT 6:41 AM