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NOT GETTING ANY GAS TO ENGINE

DRIVING DOWN THE ROAD JUST DIED CHECKED AND REPLACED FUEL FILTER NOTHING CHECKED ALL FUSE'S REPLACED FUEL RELAY SWITCH NOTHING ABSOLUTLY NO FUEL TO THE ENGINE SPRAYED STARTER FLUID IN TRUCK CRANKED YOU THINK IT IS THE FUEL PUMP.

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It's either the fuel pump or your engine control unit. Try hot wiring the pump and see if it works. If it does you need a new brain.

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