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New fuel pump

Replaced fuel pump a few months ago, after running well, the car now won't start, a couple of times it turned over but wouldn't start, but after a few tries did, now it will still turn over but no start. Now I don't hear that electrical noise you hear after you turn the key, right before the turn over??

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Sounds like a after market pump? I did the same thing.Go Ac/Delco for the best case.Note no sound no fuel.Try the old turn the key on and give the tank a kick.This kinda kick starts the pump.Idone this a few times.If you are stuck and your pump stops and it did start by kick don't stop the engine till you are home or a shop.

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