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Fuel system 96 Saturn sc2 i turn key on and i get 46 psi for 10 sec then it drops to 0 it still starts for about 45 sec pump does not kick back on and it stalls if i turn off and back on it starts all over.

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Car is not seeing rpm's. Sounds like a bad crank sensor. The rpms signal the pump to turn on while the vehicle is running.

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