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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019 Thread Starter
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No start

I have a 2005 v6 that cranks but won’t start. I’ve changed
Spark plugs and wires
Fuel pumps and filter
Crankshaft sensor
Any ideas on what’s causing the no start??

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019
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Verified the inertial switch is not tripped and the fuel pump is making noise when key is turned on.

Verify fuel pressure at the fuel rail.

Verify no CEL or codes.

Verify no bad fuses.

Verify spark plug wires connected properly (fully attached in proper firing order)

Go back and verify all other connection points on parts you replaced are fully connected and not damaged.

What preceded the no start? Did the car start and operate good? No missing. Good acceleration.

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As per Onez, did you have a no start before you replaced the parts or after? If the parts were replaced before, double check to make sure there aren't any wires/connectors that came loose.
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There was a no start before i changed the parts. It was running fine until one day after work It start make a rattle noise but was this operating fine got home It had oil and coolant. Went to start the next start with a rough loud idle. Was going to bring It to the shop right down the road but lost power when i put It driver hasn’t started since
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