To be honest, I'm stumpted. My Volvo won't start, and it's bugging the hell out of me, mainly because the cost of replacing what may or may not be the problem is stacking up, but also that if it's anything outside of what I haven't replaced, that means I need to take it to a shop. And that costs money I don't have.
Here's the problem:
Car cranks, everything turns, I have all my electrics, I can hear the fuel pump working, fuel is getting to the fuel rail, and that leaves very little to replace.
Between my brother and I (and unfortunately without the aid of a manual that I have ordered from ipd and won't be in untill wednesday) we have determined that it has to be:
And what we thought were relays.
Well, my brother and I got the Distributor Cap replaced, and I've just come in from replacing the plugs (have to wait on the wires, though); and found out the relays were for the AC system and had nothing to do with starting the car (atm, I'll have to wait for the manual.)
So that leaves...the wires that I haven't replaced. The only other thing it could be are the injectors (which my brother and I removed and wiped off) or something that is more involved than I have the facilities for and would require me taking it to a shop, or something so stupidly simple that I'm over looking it entirely.
So I turn this problem over to you, untill I get the manual in the mail, and am able to discern the problem with a little more clarity.
My car is a 1990 740GL (B230F, naturally aspirated I-4, 5-speed manual).