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Kia Rio 2002 turns over but does not fire

This occurs randomly, sometimes first time in the morning, sometimes in the late afternoon, sometimes when just stopping a few minutes to run into a store. Has a new battery. Added Techron to the tank about 300 miles ago. Used Chevron gas last two tanks just to see if it makes a difference. Replaced fuel filter, plugs, cleaned throttle box. After this started every time for 4 days, now back to randomly not starting.

About 54,000 miles on it and it has started perfectly until now.

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This may be the fuel pump failing, if it is it will strand you some time in the next few months.

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