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Car died while driving, fuse relays work, just changed spark plugs, spark plugs are gapped correctly, turns over. Timing belt is intact. Acts as if car is not getting fuel, but fuel pump is working properly

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Use a little starting fluid to make to the engine CAN ran for 2 second.

On high mileage car,it's possible to jump a tooth or two on the time belt (not chain).

Can you set TDC top dead center on cylinder and open timing cover to see the cam dots are lining up?

DO NOT attempt this in the dark.

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Check for oil coolant cross mix.
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Change fuel filter
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fuel pump motor can ran but the plastic diaphragm will fall apart in a HOT DAY.

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