I can't get my 86' Spider Quad to start. It cranks but won't start. I replaced the cap, rotor, plugs, fuel filter. Not sure where to go next. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Quad (Cecilia)
The reason I replaced these items is because the plugs were black and the cap and rotor were corroded. Otherwise I wouldn't have. I'll try to determine if it's fuel or spark related and go from there.Ack! Why do folks start replacing pretty darn reliable parts before they've even determined if the problem is "no spark" or "no fuel"?
Okay, Dan, the first thing you need to do is check for spark at the plugs. If you have a good strong spark at each plug, then the problem is fuel-related and you need to start sorting out your fuel injection. If there is no spark at the plug, then the problem is ignition related, and you need to start sorting out your ignition system. Once you know that much, we can be loads more helpful. Okay, they can be loads more helpful. I think I've just exhausted my Alfa engine knowledge.