I have a 2001 Chevy blazer just had a motor put in. Truck still wont start sounds like it wants to but wont. When you pull the #1 spark plug out its wet (gasoline) any ideas on what tis could be?

Asked by Feb 05, 2013 at 08:28 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LS 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

7 Answers

21,335

sounds like wires are crossed to plugs, hold the peddel to the floor so it dont flood when starting,pull a wire have someone you dont like hold on to it while cranking check for spark,at least your getting fuel, just some thoughts?

295

your timing is off go online find a timing guide for your spark plug wires and go from there might want new plugs and wires also check points on your cap if they dont look good buy a cap and rotor DO NOT hold gas pedal down or pump it your engine is fuel injected and its bad for ^ he has no idea what he is talking about!!!! and jimmy that only works with the coil wire just so you

It has new plugs wires cap and so on believe timing is good any other ideas?

1,185

possibily a fuel sending issue? maybe the cylinder is flooding, just a thought.

Thank you

335

sometimes wet plug means not firing,, change plugs check for spark coil,, pickup etc sounds like fuel isnt issue ,, good luck

2,180

check fuel injection system, bad about fuel lines to fuel injector system under intake manifold leaking and also fuel injector pressure regulator leaking and flooding engine

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