And please don't use shorthand. Make complete sentences; don't use things like 'u', 'bro', 'lol', connect sentences with '...', or drop f-bombs every 5 words. That doesn't belong on a technical forum out in public.
Some posts lately have been getting seriously annoying. Most of us are older than 16 here, so act like it. We're not texting our friend, and I don't even write like that in text messages. If I get a message like that from someone, I'm not even going to answer.
If you're posting an actual question, don't post something like "car won't start" as a title and then "what could be the problem?" as the actual text. Seriously? If you want an answer, give members some actual symptoms to work with or do some research yourself for possible causes before asking a question that could be any number of things.
For instance, a GREAT first-time post:
Hi, I have a 1994 850 Turbo with ~170K miles and a lit ABS light. I found this site and, using the very helpful repair database, I pulled the codes from under the hood. From A3 I get DTC 443 "Pump Motor Electrical or Mechanical Fault".
Searching around a little more, it looks like the ABS module in pre- '96 cars rarely fails. But, my understanding is the hydraulic ABS pump has been known to leak in '93-'94's. Is there anything else I should check or test before replacing the pump/motor assembly? I don't see any obvious leaks, and the wiring between the ABS control module and pump/motor seemed to look OK (no visible deterioration of sheathing, or loose wires).
At ~$1,000, a new pump/motor assembly isn't really an option for me. Is it worth trying a used unit? Any tips or instructions for the replacement, is this a manageable DIY repair?
Polite, cordial, and proper English - he did some real research before asking a question. There are a lot of many polite, helpful people on the board that will be glad to help you if they can understand what you're asking, so please respect everyone by doing this little favor for all of us.
We (Matt and us moderators) are at a bit of a loss about what to do about some of those posts that have been coming up lately - so this is an attempt to help address the issue before it gets too far out of hand.