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Will not start turns over and fuel is going to rail

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Do you have spark to the plugs and injector pulse ?

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Check fuel pressure at the fuel rail. Go to OReilly's and rent a fuel pressure gauge. There is a port on the fuel rail that you will be able to hook the gauge to. Turn your key forward and the fuel pump pressurizes the fuel system. While you are at the parts store ask them what the fuel pressure should be and compare with your results.

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My 1995 grand cherokee takes a lot to start. turns over fine, but won't fire. checked fuel rail, no pressure. after trying 15 times or so, it will start and run just fine. starts right back up unl


Your Jeep has what's known as the delayed start, no check engine light problem. The Jeep will not start until the check engine light comes on, on the dashboard. Next time it cranks but will not start, look at the dashboard to see if the check engine light is illuminated. If it's not lit up, then your Jeep does have that problem and your Jeep ecu is in need of repair or replacement. There are components inside the ecu that are going bad and will continue to get worse, eventually leading to a permanent no start condition. There are ecu repair services and replacement ecus on ebay.

Jan 17, 2013 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 97 s10 just swaped 2.2 motors both ran going in to the shop now it cranks and i have spark and fuel going to the rail but wont start if you spray starting fuild it starts on it then dies


If you have fuel at the rail, and a spark, then your problem is either a clogged fuel rail or clogged injectors. Try cleaning or replacing the fuel rail first, then the injectors if that doesn't work.

Jun 19, 2012 | 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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The car for a few weeks now has been getting harder and harder to start, like fuel pump is going out, we have to turn key on and off a few times to get fuel to the rail. Now it wont run at all, it will...


The fuel pump pressure is an essential bit of information you need. Before you drop the fuel tank to replace the pump, check your fuel filter. that may be all you need.

Jul 20, 2011 | 1986 Chrysler LeBaron

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After removing the fuel injectors and rail to remove the manifold, how do you reinstall the fuel injectors?


the same way you took it apart. put a little grease around the rubber seals so they will slide in easier. just tap on the fuel rail while lightly tapping it into place.

Mar 28, 2010 | 2002 Honda Passport

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How do i know if the fuel pump is not working


Do not attempt this unless you know your way around under the hood.
Use protective gear: safety glasses and protective gloves.
Somewhere on or near the fuel rail on your engine will be a plastic cap that is the same as a tire valve cap. Remove it. Underneath will be a pressure release valve, also much like your tire valve.
Cycle your key to the on position (not the start position) for 2-5 seconds. Turn key back to off position. Immediately go to the valve on the fuel rail and push the needle down. If the fuel pump is working, you shouls have fuel spray out of the valve quite quickly. The pressure in the fuel rail is about 40-50psi if the pump is working.
Hope this helps!

Jul 25, 2009 | 1997 Pontiac Trans Sport

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1998 wrangler efi system


FUEL PUMP WILL PUT PRESSURE IN FUEL RAIL FOR YOU. sounds like fuel pressure in the fuel rail is losing pressure usally caused from fuel pump starting to go out. check pressure with fuel gauge. screw it onto the fuel rail connection turn the key forward (do not start ) then turn key off presure should hold around 16 psi. if the gauge starts to drift back down then the fuel pump is going to go out ( sometime)

Sep 03, 2008 | 1998 Jeep Wrangler

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