2000 v6 lincoln ls.....will not start?

Asked by Jul 14, 2013 at 08:36 PM about the 2000 Lincoln LS V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Washed my engine with engine cleaner and water now my car turns over but will not
start....i unplugged the battery and made sure everything was still hooked up but still no
luck..:(

4 Answers

break out a can of WD-40...douse/shower everything related to the ignition system...turn the key and you will not be late for that apple-jack lesson.~

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110,105

Oh no you didn't. Judge is right. Give it a wd-40 bath and maybe it will disperse all the water.

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110,105

When or if it does start this evening run it till all the other water is evaporated off. Good luck. Drive safe.

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20,345

dowsing w d may not hit the prime area. the plug wells, blow air, the spark travels down the outside of spark plug!

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