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Old 02-13-2001, 04:55 PM
NewGW NewGW is offline
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Join Date: Feb 12, 2001
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I just got a Grand Waggoneer, and I need help to make it run. Here's the story:
A co-worker of mine was out playing in the sand with it and the engine stopped running. His buddy then tried to tow him out with a tow bar, and rolled both rigs. Now it doesn't run and has a little body damage. He's giving it to me to fix up because he doesn't have the time or money to do it.
I need help to get it to run again. From what he's said it turns over, but will not fire. He said that it has spark from the ignition coil, so I think it might be in the fuel system? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Old 02-13-2001, 04:59 PM
jeepbob jeepbob is offline
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pull wires off coil, unhook fuel line to carb. crank motor over and see if fuel comes out line. (be sure to use a container to catch fuel). If it gets fuel check timing chain. Also do a compression check.

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