Highway malfunction, repair performed but not starting
Had an interesting experience on the highway yesterday. After a popping noise a repetative noise was heard like a belt flipping around. I pulled off and shut it down, I noticed that I had a massive loss of power.
Took off the valve cover to find one spark plug had backed all the way out of it's threads. A second was on its way out. I am guessing this happens when the people who install them don't torque them correctly. New plugs, new wire, new valve cover gasket, and new spark plug seals installed.
Now the engine cranks but won't turn over. It has gas. I hear the fuel pump running. What could be wrong here?
Is this a good question?