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There are a few things that can cause a crank no start condition. Basically, the engine needs compression, fuel, the correct timing, and ignition spark. If it has those things, it has no choice but to run.
What we need to do is determine which of those things are missing. I am going to provide a few links that will guide you through the process. Please keep in mind, I am assuming the starter is engaging and turning the engine, but it won't start. If that is incorrect, let me know.
Here are links that explain how to check for ignition spark and fuel to the engine:
You will need a test light and volt meter or multi meter to check for spark. Here are links that show how they are used:
Let me know if you are able to do those things. Also, if the starter isn't engaging, here is a link that explains how to check a starter:
If you have questions, need help, or anything else, let me know. Also, let me know what you find.
Saturday, August 10th, 2019 AT 6:38 PM