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Need 2 get truck started

We just got a Ford Bronco II 1990 thats been sitting about a year. Truck is well taken care of, engine is strong, fluids are fine, no major engine problems. Truck cranks but wont start, battery brand new, has gas. May be a fuel filter issue, there is no sign of fuel getting to the engine. Help!

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Check if the inertia switch has been tripped

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Try ur ecu it did it to mine and it worked and hasn't stoped yet

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I had a geo metro that sat a long time and the gas turned to varnish. You will need to drop the tank, clean out the gunk, put in a new fuel pump and and filter and flush the fuel lines out to the injectors.

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