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Car won't turn over. It has spark. It started once and ran for awhile after I put gas in carb,but that dosent seem to work anymore

I'm gonna replace fuel filter and see what happens. I'm just stumped as to why it started the one time drove it and it seemed to be fine but now it won't even fire when fuel is poured in carb..... Scratching my head with all the possibility's

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You may have fouled the plugs.Dry plugs,replace filter and check fuel pump too.

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SOURCE: Replaced fuel filter - now there's no spark to the plugs.

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Fuel pressure at idle is normally 30-35psi. Start by taking the gas cap off, and putting it back on. That will De-pressurize the fuel system. Also, make sure you have gas in the car. I have seen gauges on these cars read wrong. I hope this helps.

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