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Seems to not be getting any fuel. Fuel pump is making sounds, so its working. Replaced fuel pressure regulator but it still will not work. It's cranking over, but not starting. The fuel seems to be getting to the engine but no further. HELP!!!!!

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  • brandieandke Mar 11, 2009

    The engine turns over. We're getting a bright blue spark. It's cranking over, just not getting any fuel.

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You may need to replace the spark plugs if the engine won't turn over. I just had the same problem with my truck.

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