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1989 honda prelude no fuel getting to injectors

Engine cranks no fuel getting through to fuel injectors fuel pump fuse was busted but replaced still a no go.

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Probably the main relay. under the drivers side dash

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Because you wouldn't be smelling fuel inside the car if there weren't.

I'd look somewhere around the fuel pump housing and work my way to the front of the car, personally.

chances are you're getting close to the leak if the fuel odor is getting stronger.

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