93 base Dodge Stealth wont start

Asked by May 16, 2013 at 03:28 PM about the 1993 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr STD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i recently bought a 93 stealth that would start but die if you let off the gas, we checked compression and it was all low so we did a pass on the heads and a valve job and cleaned both of them put them back on and compression is back to normal but the car wont start. it cranks fine but wont start I don't know if there is something with the heads that aren't quite on time, i thought i read something about having to re-do timing marks when you get new heads or something but the spark plugs are working distributor is set, fuel pump is working starter+battery are good, and injectors are also good it just wont start...

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Could you get the OBD-II trouble codes for us please--it's free at most auto parts stores they will send manny, moe or jack out to take a reading..you can buy your own for about twenty bucks...this will tell us whatinahell dude is goin' on now~

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Check that plug wires are installed correctly

do you think that perhaps you put the distributor in off one tooth?

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