02 GT Not starting
I replaced the plugs a month ago and one of them was stuck to the coil and I had to basically rip it out, which stretched the coil. I managed to get it on the plug still but it started sputtering at low rpm when giving it more throttle. Then last week I was driving around and I came back home it started sputtering and what felt like slipping. So I parked it and it almost died before I shut it off. Now it cranks but won't start even when giving light gas.
Did you consider replacing the stretched coil?
Just wondering. You are aware that you can buy just the replacement COP boot insulators? The kit includes new springs. Much cheaper than buying a whole new COP.
1996+ Crank with no start check list
It just started after I unplugged the air flow sensor. Obviously idled funny so i plugged it back in and it idled fine then started to have a very slight but odd feeling. Like it was barely misfiring. When I shut it off and tried to start it again, it wouldn't.
If there's a vacuum leak this causes the MAF to read low. Perhaps too low to allow the motor to start.
Of course a dirty MAF could also create the same situation.
Since this problem got worse while doing work, I would also double check to see if there are any blown fuses. Especially fuse F2.2 and F2.8. Confirm there is +12 volt key on power at the MAF Red (RD) power wire.
Do you have an ODB2 scanner? If so this could make short work of the problem.
ForScan ODB2 scanner w ELM327 USB
^^What he said, if you don't have one , find a buddy who does.
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