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No gas to spark plug, but I have fuel pressure

Check fuel pressure, ok

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Sounds like you have no injection from the injectors check for a pulse at the injectors you can do this by getting a noid light from your local tool shop and plug it in and crankthe engine over if no pulse you may have a computer problem our a dissy module problem have you got spark at the plugs?
if so the dissy is ok and your computer may be faulty there are companies that can test your computer farly cheaply and if it is no good provide you with a replacment

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When i try to start my 99 vw passat gls v6 it will barely start and stay started for possibly 5 sec with no presure on gas pedal if i keep my foot on the gas it will stay running but the rpms wont rise...


it hard to say there few things that could cause this but sounds like it a Fuel issue
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first thing you need to do is check your fuel pressure ( I bet it be low ) if it low check fuel filter if fuel filter good replace fuel pump
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I have a 1998 gmc jimmy I have spark i have 61-66 psi of fuel pressure but it will not start


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