2005 camry le will not start.

Asked by Jimmy Mar 01, 2020 at 12:44 PM about the 2005 Toyota Camry LE FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car was running hot so I
replaced the thermostat and the
radiator because the radiator was
busted.  It ran hot on me a few
times. I stopped the car and shut
it off before the temp maxed out
and added water.  Now there is
water in my oil. I figure that is the
head gasket needs to be
replaced. But when I try to crank
it the engine turns over ( it has a
slight jerking while it is turning
over) but it will not start? Any
suggestions?  

1 Answer

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Suggest you remove Spark Plugs from this engine before you attempt another Crank. You may have Coolant in a cylinder. Remove SP and then crank her over. Anything come flying out of the cylinders?

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