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I think relay switch or coil we have spark going into coil but not thought it was the fuel pump then one "machanic" bipassed main relay and it worked for a while now again not working when you turn key the car wirrs and dies or grinds you smell gas but no spark

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Try checking the ground wire on the coil if that does not work it might be a distributor problem

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