something that you can try is spraying a little starting fluid or carb cleaner through a vacuum line while someone start the car to see if it fires off. at least you will know if it is a fuel issue or not. I did this when my car was acting the same way. once I sprayed the cleaner through a vacuum line it fired off and I knew I had a fuel issue. just a suggestion
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Chad989of2000 blows both ways and is skilled in magic with any mention of diarrhea 989/2000 141/1000
posted 01/31/18 12:56 PM
I will try to get her going with the new battery, but yeah that starter fluid trick is a good one. I will definitely try that if it still won't turn over.
Injectors were getting signal just fine. If the new battery does not start it up, I will be getting the injectors cleaned and flow tested.
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For sure the injectors do not like sitting/being used with high ethanol content, and then being stationary for lengthy periods of time. Let us know how it goes after the injectors are given a clean bill of health. wink wink
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