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    2004 chevy classic crank no start

    my car was running fine today stopped at a store came out and it wouldn't start.
    any ideas? just pulled the breather line off to find the intake has oil in it.
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    well what did it do when you tried to start it would help a lot, dead battery, bad starter, loose ground wires, dead fuel pump, clogged fuel filter, squirrels chewing through wires, it could be anything. The oil in the intake is pretty normal unless it like a whole quart, just clean it out best you can, and reassemble it.
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    the motor turns over and some time catches but stops as soon as you let off of the key.

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    Crank sensor?
    More humans=more problems
    Don't worry nothing will be done until it's too late, there is money to be made.
    Maximum profit and overpopulation will ruin all the major economies.

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    thanks i'll check tonight.

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    Most of the time a crank with no fire is a bad crank sensor. It tells the computer when to fire the plugs. That is a basic way of saying how it works, but you get the idea.
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    i just replaced the crank sensor. it didn't work. the guy at the part store told me to spray starter fluid into the intake and try to start it. it fires for a second. that would probably be the starter right.

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    um not if it STARTED and ran for a few seconds, that would be no fuel. so the most likely things are fuel filter, and fuel pump.
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    also the fuel pump relay
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    already switched relays

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    i cant here the pump engage.

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    there ya go!
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