Car will not start

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Asked by Mar 06, 2017 at 01:07 PM about the 2001 Saturn S-Series

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car was running fine came back out and would not
start turns over getting fire check timing it's ok but
will not start

6 Answers

3,405

you say you have spark , do you have fuel ? when you turn the key on/engine off do you hear the fuel pump prime the system ?

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I checked the fuel rail to the injectors getting gas

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3,405

You checked the fuel pressure with a gauge and it was the proper pressure? and you checked the injectors with a noid light to see if they were firing ?

60

Do you think even though I am getting gas it could still be the pump because one minute it was running then the next it wouldn't start

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3,405

not familiar with these cars but something like that can be ignition and some models are particular they need a strong spark and proper fuel pressure , intermittent problems are the worst . Think it through and don't pull your hair out , let us know what happens

60

Ok thank you doing this for my brother in law

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