2007 PT

Asked by Apr 22, 2017 at 07:28 PM about the 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car will crank but won't turn over. It cut
off while driving and turned back on and
got home and I turned it off and it didn't
won't to crank anymore Any suggestions
on what could be wrong?

4 Answers

76,365

Need to determine if there is spark first, and if there is spark then check the fuel pressure. Need to know where to look first.

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How would I know if there's spark

76,365

Pull a spark plug wire, and put a spark plug on it, lay it across something metal, ground, have someone turn the engine over and watch for spark at the spark plug. The spark should be white in color, not orange.

76,365

If there is spark you do not want to be hanging onto the spark plug or wire, you may get a good jolt.

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