i have a 1993 plymouth colt 1.8L sedan. the car cranks but doesn't start. the fuel pump is pushing fuel into the fuel filter with a new fuel filter but when i but the bottom bolt on just like the old one it was leaking fuel and i but that on s tight as i can to where it won't snap the bolt. we put new spark plugs and spark plug wires for a tune up because it would accelerate slow plus they were the original spark plugs and wires. but it wouldn't crank it ran for a good 2 miles and the stopped and never turned on. now here's the thing i pulled one of the spark plug wires out and swapped the new spark plug with the old one and vice versa to see if it would spark. It didn't spark at all so i took of the distributor cap put the new rotor on and got a air gun and blew any water out. so the rotor and distributor cap are new in the car. still wont crank i was going to check the fuel injectors a long time ago but there is that leak so i'm not. so my guess is that it is something in the distributor or something with the computer but idk.

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Mark Whinton
Mark Whinton

Keep at it till you get - good luck

Llenza
Llenza

but i understand that what i'm trying to do now maybe i need to buy a rubber o ring

Llenza
Llenza

i've watched that video like 10 times lol

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

first , you have to stop fuel leaks, engines need correctly fuel pressure or they will not run. Once that's fixed, if it doesn't start, do my video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=064Ilsz8Fzg&t=5s

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