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Old 03-31-2003, 05:57 PM
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You need to be able to check to see if the fuel pumps are running and if there is fuel delivery to the rail, and also if you have spark at the spark plugs. Once you know this, then it would be a question of if you are getting the correct amount of fuel, if the throttle motors are operating, and if the spark timing is correct.
We can assume you have engine compression, as a sudden loss of compression is usually preceded by some REAL expensive sounding noises under the hood.

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