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Re: ran out of gas now will not start
There should be a fuse for the fuel pump check this first. If fuse is good you will probably need a pump. The fuel pump is cooled by being in the fuel. When ran low or out of fuel the pump gets hot and will blow a fuse or overheat and quit.
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The fuel pump is submerged in gas in the tank. The liquid gas keeps it from overheating. If the fuel pump was run in an almost dry tank and is the original pump, it may have gone bad. On many cars you can hear the pump run for a few seconds when the key is placed in the start position without starting the engine.
running rough, could be a few possible things besides spark plugs, and wires! air filter, fuel filter, fuel injectors, fuel pump, coil pack, Etc. Id start with the air and fuel filters! Good luck, Hope this helps!
Yes Is Looks Harder than It Is Just Remove the Pretty Cover from it and Theres An Ordanary Engine Under there Normal Procedure. Dont Forget To GAP The Plugs Correctly Enjoy!! Please DONT Forget To Rate me too Thank You !