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Fuel/starting problem 95/96 xj6. 3.2sport.petrol/lpg. car has been stood for a while now. battery dead but now changed as is keyfob batteries.no fuel coming through to engine but did start and run on lpg. round the block but will not start on any now! ready for fixing with big hammer until being told about this forum.cheers for any help offered. will now try to programme key fob thanks to "brian"

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  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    How long did it Sit 2 years or more the Fuel it no good Smell it does it have a PECULIAR Stench to it other than GAS ??

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Hang onto the hammer for abit.... i'm presuming the gas was not drained... it has a tendency to "gum" up after awhile... i can't recall if there is a product you can put in your tank to remove gum from the gas... but one thing i would try is gas line antifreeze... it's got alchohol in it which sucks up water in the gas... that may help till you get fresh gas flowing thru it.

One other thing... when you turn on the key... are you able to hear the fuel pump ?

Robert

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