Originally Posted by shotzie
I have a question about my 2002 WS6. A couple of weeks ago, I cleaned the engine with a cleaner and rinsed it with water. It didn't want to start when I was done, so I took my air compressor and blew the rest of the water away from the motor. After I did that, my car started. I put it back in the garage and went out a couple of days later. Now it doesn't want to start. I don't know if I got something wet that I shouldn't have or what I did. I had the battery checked, it's good. It cranks, just doesn't turn over. Any ideas to help get her started would be appreciated. Thanks
What do you mean....It cranks, but doesn't turn over....
Those are the same....NO....?
Do you mean the starter is spinning and the crankshaft is turning?
If the engine internals are spinning.......I would crank it while someone else grabs the wire bundle that is coming directly out of the PCM and see if it starts.