Crank but not starting

Asked by Feb 13, 2017 at 09:23 AM about the 2004 Jeep Liberty

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I replaced both head gaskets, the
starter and the oil pressure sensor
on my 04 liberty 3.7L. Now it won't
start but it cranks just fine. I have
checked all possibilities and the only
things I have come up with are the
crack and or the camshaft sensors.
If you have any idea please let me
know.

4 Answers

67,925

Did it run before you took it apart?

The starter was bad when I got it. So im not completely sure how it was running before.

67,925

My point is that, if it was running before you did the head gaskets something you did or did not do may be responsible for it not running now.

Ok thank you

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