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Old 03-21-2013, 11:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 04 Verona cranks but will not start

I'm new to posting on this site. Please help if you can... I have a 04 Verona will just not start... I have replaced the starter, and battery is a full 16v and with a load staying 12-13v no issues with it dropping in the red on battery tester...

I have just replaced the following in the past 2 months to present day: starter, mass air, crank sensor, egr and pipe, 4 of 6 coils and 6 new plugs, air pressure intake sensor, map sensor, 4 new O2 sensors, new fuel pump and filter.

The car acts as if it is trying to fire and crank but just will not hit.... very stumped.... the timing chain is in great condition and spins with the starter. When I changed the starter looked at the flywheel and no teeth are missing or scared. Spun the crank all the way around and inspected all teeth.

To my knowledge I have check every fuse and relay and all are in good shape and have fire to them. Every coil has fire and the injectors are spraying gas.

Is there a sensor that I might have missed that will keep the car from cranking if it goes out?

If anybody would have a suggestion, I'm open to hear anything at this point. Driving me nuts!
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Ok since posting the other day I've done a compression test.
1- 147
2- 101
3- 10
4- 91
5- 125
6- 135

Fixing to tear it down next week to see if it is a dropped valve in 3 & 4 or if it might be the rings gone south. Would the computer cause the engine to NOT start because of the low compression? Kinda a safety thing? Not sure how these engines are put together. Older NON computer engines would still crank and run to where you could hear what the problem is.... If anybody could tell me where i could get a repair manual that would be great to??? From what i can tell there is NOT ONE!! These cars must be top secret......
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Default Check Fuel Fuse

You may have checked this fuse already but I had all of those problems and I found out my fuel pump fuse was not seating in the slot well enough, so i forced one of the prongs on the fuse to the side of the slot (if that makes any sense) and I have not had any troubles with stalling or anything for about 2 years.
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