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Old 01-19-2012, 04:14 PM
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Buying a chevy corsikuda ran hoop ride.want start.

It's a 1992 chevy 2.8 at It was runing fine,turned off came back later and it will turn over but not fully.what was the main prob with this crap made car???just wondering if I need to scrap or crap it????

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Not fully turning over?

Sounds like a starter problem
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When it is crappin out, does it crank but not start?
OR does it fail to crank over?
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Did you check for spark, or fuel pressure?
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It might also be the crank position sensor. These tbi/tpi cars are actually VERY reliable. It's probably something simple.
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Huh????????

what is a corsikuda???????????????
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feed it some cheese
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what is a corsikuda???????????????
Ayuh,... It'd be nice to get a complete translation of This,...

"corsikuda ran hoop ride.want start"
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It would probably be best to find a dealer or decent shop.
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