Why won't my car start?

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Asked by Oct 17, 2016 at 12:57 PM about the 1998 Plymouth Voyager Expresso

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have replaced cylinder #3 plug and wire due to misfire. It was running rough
prior, but now it won't start. I'm pretty sure it's not the battery as I didn't even
have the keys in the ignition. Please help, any clues to where to look next is
appreciated.

2 Answers

101,545

Is it trying to turn over ? Did you check to see if you have spark? did you check to see if your have fuel? is the battery OK, do you have 12 volts, if not did you check for a loose connection?

65

You should definitely see if you can jump start it since by working on it you may have left the door open and run the battery down. If all you did was replace the wire and plug.. it should be the same as before and likely better. Try to jump start it

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