The inevitable has happened. After 7 years and about 100k miles later my baby has blown its rear (cylinders 1-3-5) head gasket. I do not plan on repairing it due to inexperience and insufficient funds. I've tried the blue devil head gasket sealer to get a few more miles out of her but I could not get it to start at all. If anyone has any idea on how to get it to start I would greatly appreciate the advice. I know it won't be healthy and will probably cause more damage to the engine but I need to get this car moved and I dont have a way to tow it, nor am I pushing it all the way around the block by myself to the back of my house. I've looked online tying to figure out how to get it started and I've gotten no answers, so I'm hoping someone here has some suggestions besides starter fluid. Thanks in advance.
Non-start can be caused by a number of things. Need more info. Battery, alternator, starter, fuel pump, security system, ignition switch, neutral safety switch, ignition system, bad pcm or pcm grounds, bad injectors, bad fuel pressure regulator, bad gas.
All those you've listed are in working condition. I didnt have any issues regarding any of those before the blown head gasket, the car ran and drove great. After doing enough digging online, I've only come up with maybe low compression in cylinders due to blown head gasket causing the engine not to start. The day all this happened, it was misfiring on cylinder 1, I thought maybe bad spark plug. The next day, it didnt want to start, until I got it started, it was blowing LOTS of smoke out the exhaust and running rough so I pulled spark plugs and noticed antifreeze/coolant on the ends of plugs 1 and 3. It sat for a few days until yesterday when I decided to start it up and try the head gasket sealer and it wouldnt start at all. It cranks just fine, it gets spark intermittently like it wants to start but it wont start and run. I'm not a mechanic, however I do my own work on my vehicles, but I have no clue on stuff like this.