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Old 01-22-2005, 09:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HI HOW ARE U GUYS DOIN?..ok i replace my spark pluge but one of the holes had water inside of it so tryed to get all of the water out then replace the spark plug i turned on the car an it started up just fine.i came back a day later and the car just would'nt start i had someone give me a jump start and nothing the lights come on but the engine would not turn over.i live in n.y it's very cold so would that have something to do with it..please heeeelp.
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HI HOW ARE U GUYS DOIN?..ok i replace my spark pluge but one of the holes had water inside of it so tryed to get all of the water out then replace the spark plug i turned on the car an it started up just fine.i came back a day later and the car just would'nt start i had someone give me a jump start and nothing the lights come on but the engine would not turn over.i live in n.y it's very cold so would that have something to do with it..please heeeelp.
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Head gasket is bad. it is allowing water to fill that cylinder. If you pull that plug and remove the water, it will run and burn it off as it drips in.

Not a good thing to fill a cylinder with Water.

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HI HOW ARE U GUYS DOIN?..ok i replace my spark pluge but one of the holes had water inside of it so tryed to get all of the water out then replace the spark plug i turned on the car an it started up just fine.i came back a day later and the car just would'nt start i had someone give me a jump start and nothing the lights come on but the engine would not turn over.i live in n.y it's very cold so would that have something to do with it..please heeeelp.
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Head gasket is bad. it is allowing water to fill that cylinder. If you pull that plug and remove the water, it will run and burn it off as it drips in.

Not a good thing to fill a cylinder with Water.


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