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Toyota camry 1989

A wire broke underneath my car it is connected to my gas i reattached it and the gas lights went back to normal but now when i try to start it it is as if my car is getting no fuel does the gas have a shut off for when things like this happen or do i have other problems

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  • sebby_20 May 11, 2010

    was the wire going to the gas tank or a body peace



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Check the efi fuse in you rfuse box the open or broken wire could have shorted out your fuel pump but by replacingt the fuse the pump should get going

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