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Old 04-28-2003, 11:34 AM
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start problem,

hello larry

this is what i'm leaning towards too. now that i think about it during these attempts i would allow the car to spin maybe 15 to 20 seconds and after about 10 or so sec you could see a vapor start to appear so i'm sure there was enough fuel then i would also spritz in some starting fluid and nothing.

both the coil lead and a spark plug showed yellow spark. yep that's what i'll work on is the ignition spark.

thanks much larry for your help
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