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Canot get car started. no fuel is coming to engine.

I had my car sittung for the past few years i want to drive it and cannot get to turn over i charged it up but it not pulling gas to get it to run.

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  • Steven Brock May 11, 2010

    can't get it to crank or run? Crank meaning the engine turns over and over just will not run. I have to ask due to the terms you used in your description.....

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Well since the car was sitting for a couple of years its important to drain the old gas and change the fuel filter. The gas starts to turn into varnish which could and almost always will gunk up. by doing these your system will be clean

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