Hello, You may have blown a head gasket, and coolant is getting in the cylinders , Pull the plugs out and see if it will spin over. If it throws coolant out the plug holes that will answer the question. If it does not spin better then look elsewhere.-ed
Re: F40 quit now won't turn over in reply to Ed H.-OH, 07-14-2013 12:52:07
Pulled the plugs and tried to turn the engine over and it reacted the same as before. Starter will turn the engine 1/2"-1" each try and after many tries it cranks over almost as normal but then hit what seems like a tight spot and stops. The radiator is full and clean no oil. The cylinders are dry no coolant. What next.
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