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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I HAVE AN 89 TOYOTA CAMRY FOR THE PAST WEEK AS A DRIVE DOWN THE ROAD THE
CAR ALL OF A SUDDEN SHUT DOWNS AND CUT OFFS I TRY AND CRANK THE CAR BACK
UP IT WILL NOT CRANK IT SOUND LIKE IT IS OUT OF GAS I WAIT ABOUT AN HOUR
AND GO BACK THE CAR CRANKS WHAT CAN BE THE PROBLEM I GOT NEW FUEL PUMP
FUEL FILTER
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
If it all happens first thing when you drive, after car is just warmed
and takes 15-45 minutes to fix itself andit restarts after a while it is
likely the ignition coil under the distributor cap is wet from oil
leaking past the O ring as early morning moisture gets warm it shorts
the coil, Remove cap and clean coil with alcohol and Electronic cleaner
in spray. No CAPS posting, its called yelling.
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
96 CHRYSLER CONCORDE

I HAVE 96 CHRSLER CONCORDE THAT WILL NOT CRANK I REPLACED A FEUL PUMP AND A
COIL PAK WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM IT SOUND LIKE IT IS OUT OF GAS
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Re: 96 CHRYSLER CONCORDE

"POTMILLER" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>I HAVE 96 CHRSLER CONCORDE THAT WILL NOT CRANK I REPLACED A FEUL PUMP AND A
> COIL PAK WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM IT SOUND LIKE IT IS OUT OF GAS
>

Hmm, I'd swap it for a tojo - they don't need gas to crank over, only to
run. Otherwise it could be your petrol driven starter motor... if it won't
crank without gas.
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Re: 96 CHRYSLER CONCORDE

You need 3 things to make a motor run, fuel air and spark, which one
dont you have right.
 
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