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Driving down the road and my 1994 jeep died.

If i try to start it, it will turn over but not start. could this be the fuel pump?

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  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    turn the key to the start position... i presume that is an electric fuel pump so go to the side of the vehicle and listen.... can you hear a humming sound ?

    Robert



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It may be the crank sensor going bad thats what mine did

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