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No fuel getting to carbulator

Why fuel is not getting to carbulator?

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First of all, Neons are fuel-injected cars, so there is no carburetor. I'll assume you're talking about the fuel rail/injectors.

You should check to make sure your fuel filter is not clogged. If it's ok, the next thing I would check would be the fuel pump. And the fuse for the fuel pump circuit.

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