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Please help, nissan navara d40 2007 manual. cranks but no start

Tested fuel pump and injectors, changed fuel and filter, it is injecting but wont start?? please help

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Sounds like either the fuel pressure regulator or a clogged fuel filter.

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Your crankshaft sensor doesn't always make the light blink. I'm almost positive it your crankshaft sensor.

Posted on May 18, 2010

SOURCE: I fixed used injection pump to engine and is not

1) There could be an air lock to the fuel system, try to bleed the system.
2) If the fuel is reaching the injector pump & not supplying to the injectors nozzles thn the pump needs attention.
Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: quest 98 changed fuel pump and filter, will crank

did it even try to fire off when you used the starter fluid?? with the little details that you have given at this point, the only other thing I could tell you is try starting with accelerator all the way to the floor until it starts not pump, just keep it on the flor until it starts and then let up

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There is several things as you can imagine that could cause a car to not start if cranking. Good news is at least its cranking so that eliminates some things.

I try and have you test the most easiest cheapest thing first, then we go to plan B if that still does not work. Here is first what I want you to do.

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1) There could be an air lock to the fuel system, try to bleed the system.
2) If the fuel is reaching the injector pump & not supplying to the injectors nozzles thn the pump needs attention.
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