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I have a 96' Dodge Neon, and my car wont start

I have a 96' Dodge Neon, and my car started dying while i was driving and would completely lose power. Id have to restart it, but then it stopped restarting. Ive replaced my fuel pump, my plugs, my crank sensor, does anyone know whats wrong?

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Check your timing belt!

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Try looking to see if your injectors are clogged or if fuel is getting to the fuel rail. You can take the hose that is on the fuel rail off then try starting it or just pump the gas pedal and you should see gas coming out. I had a similar problem with my 97 neon and this was my problem just try and see, you never know.

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