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89 f-150 turns over just wont start

Replaced starter,plugs, and wires. tryed to use starter fluid fierd for a sec and that was it its a 300 inline 6

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If the only evidence of trying to start was when u used starter fluid, it's probably a fuel issue. After attempting to start several times, pull a plug and check for gas/wet plug. If there is no evidence of gas reaching the plug, it's probably the fuel pump. Change the fuel filter too.

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