Originally Posted by Technical Ted
Pull the plugs to be on the safe side. See if any of the plugs are wet then see if it'll crank over.
I will have my GF'* Dad help me do that later when he'* available.
I am limited on time, as I just bought this car and it'* under warranty. Within a day, the motor seized and they just put in a used motor, and I got it back a few days ago, and now I have this problem. They like to take their time diagnosing the problems, plus they are fairly far away, so getting a tow truck out here is a hassle, (which makes them take even more time). Basically, I just want to make sure I get all the problems sorted out BEFORE my warranty runs out. If I can diagnose the problem, and it'* simple enough to fix, my girlfriends father will do it, and they will pay for the parts/etc. This way, I'll get it done fast in case anything else goes wrong, I'll still have the warranty.
If they are wet... what'* my course of action?
If they aren't wet... what'* my course of action?
And thank you guys for all of your help!