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Q: Spark or fuel problem with my engine.

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Engine either not getting a spark or enough fuel. Will not turn over.

A: If the engine will not turn over you most l...

If the engine will not turn over you most likely have a problem with either your battery or starter. I would enlist the help of a mechanic to check your battery and starter to find the culprit of why your engine will not turn over.

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