Question about Cars & Trucks
Get a can of spray starting fluid from any parts store or hardware store, spray it into the intake of the engine and see if it starts and quickly dies out, if so you have no fuel delivery, most common reason is a defective fuel pump, this is esp true on high mileage cars and trucks.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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