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Turns over want start

I turn switch and its like its not even catching like gas not even get to the motor. when i take the key out it make this werd sound up under the hood toward the bottum of the motor

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That can be many problems, first, have you taken your car to see if it has any sensors wrong? if not do so you can go to any autopart or autozone and they will do it for you or even let you borrow it. it can be a sensor, fuel pump, injectors, even the gas ur putting.

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