Question about Cars & Trucks
Start with fuses, then filters, finaly fuel pump and strainer, and in the off chance (god help you) the computer
this is ur best means of attack and most cost effictive
best of luck
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you sure there is gas in the tank? I "fixed" more than one car that came in for a fuel pump replacement that ran out of gas. If you have gas, check the fuel pump fuse, fuel pump relay, check for power to the fuel pump. check wiring, kinked lines, clogged fuel filter. Sometimes new FI cars are hard to prime if there is air in the system. Take off the air filter and have someone squirt fuel down the throttle body while you crank the engine. If it fires, you know it's not getting fuel, but when it does fire , it may prime the pump enough to run.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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