sspparrkk or fuel

Asked by Jun 23, 2016 at 01:16 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car  was runing fine till one night i was seting in
parkking lot wayting on a frind and tha car did like it
ran out of gas tha gas gage says it has half tank tha
gage has ben working tha car turns over good but it
will not start when it did i open tha hood and tha pcv
valve was agenst tha valvecover and had meltted in
half so is that pcv b y its not starting  i put an hose in
there just so it wouldnt just b suking air now haveing
a pice of hose on there and not tha valve dos it have
to have tha valve to start or would it steel start with
just a pice of hose

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If everything was up to par it would start and have a very high idle as this would be an un-metered air leak. Get a valve and put it in and then spray a little starter fluid in the intake while someone cranks it over if it starts and runs briefly it is fuel related, if not it is spark.

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