Q: Q: Cranking, but not starting

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My vehicle is cranking, but not starting.

Hi there. In order for a vehicle to start three things are necessary. Fuel, air, and spark. If one of these three are absent your vehicle will not start. A certified mechanic from YourMechanic can be sent to your residence in order to correctly diagnose your vehicle.

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