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Old 09-02-2019, 05:56 AM   #1
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Cranks but no start. Just cranks, what can I check?
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me? i’d start start measuring *cranking* voltage at the solenoid downstream to the starter. could be a bad component or a loose cable.
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It’s a gas engine. Air, fuel, spark. That’s all there is. It must get all three to start. The first thing I’d check is fuel delivery.

One other thing it’s nearly 20 years old. So, it’s like any other 20-year old car. It can be anything at this point.
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have a new fuel pump so I have ruled that issue out. After all night with battery disconnected I connected it and engine started just fine but only for less than a minute then died again and back to crank but no start???
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That still sounds like fuel, like it started after sitting and then when the collected fuel was used up it died again.

Do you have a scan gauge?

Can you hit the battery combiner switch to test if more power would help?

Get some spray starter - ether - in a can and spray it into the air intake while cranking.

It might help to take the doghouse cover off and see if you see anything obvious while cranking.

Tomorrow if it won't start it's time to either have it towed to a repair shop or have a mobile mechanic come to you.

Air, fuel, spark are the only things it can be - but there are tons of ancillary items that meter all of the above that can stop working i.e. coils, fuel injectors etc.
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