I checked the Fuel pump and its working. Then i checked the fuel line and its working. Im pretty sure that my engine is getting fuel but it just turns the engine but wont start. I also checked the fuses and none were blown. Does any body know why my car wont start????
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Possibly a fuel regulator or injectors? it seems that there is insufficient fuel going into the combustion chamber. Take the fuel line off at the fuel rail and stick your finger over the hose, now get a friend to initiate the fuel pump by turning the key to on for a split second, if you cant stop fuel from ******* out from where you have your finger you know that the pressure is ok up to the fuel rail, put the fuel line back on then move onto your pressure regulator etc.
i'm pretty sure jeep had their pumps in the tank. you can phone parts place to double check. If it is in the tank, you will have to drop the tank in order to access it. Other vehicles have a latch or door thing that will allow you access from the top. pretty sure the jeep does not have this. you will have to disconnect all of the hoses and hopefully your tank is almost empty or else they weigh a ton.....then just take out the old sending unit, put on a new fuel pump and put it back...simplified version, but it will give you a gerneral idea. when i first dropped mine, it took me 1/2 a day, now i can do it in about 1.5-2 hrs
Try changing your filter first if that does not work it could be your pump. It is possible for the pump to still pump fuel up through your filter but if it is not putting out sufficient pressure then your car wont start. Most fuel injection systems require around 35psi to fire the injectors.
sounds to me like you may have some trash in your fuel lines or tank try flushing your fuel lines and possibly take the tank off and make sure there is nothing that may be inside blockin the flow of fuel to the engine if that doesn't work check your fuel pump it could be something as simple as needed a good fuel injection cleaner or something more serious like a blockage in the line itself