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Wont start no gas is reaching the pistons

No fuel reaching the pistons

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Check your fuses frist then see if you can hear your fuel pump. if you do not hear your fuel pump see if you have power to your pump. if you do have power to your pump ghange your fuel pump

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  • michael billington Apr 16, 2009

    check your fuses frist then see if you can hear your fuel pump. if you do not hear your fuel pump see if you have power to your pump. if you do have power to your pump ghange your fuel pump

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