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'97 Plymouth Voyager, ran fine when parked, two days later just turned over, wouldn't fire, good spark, no fuel to engine.

I disconnected the fuel line after the fuel filter and turned the key to on and the pump pumped fuel through the filter for a couple seconds but sometimes it won't. I can hear the relay click each time I turn the key, but only hear the pump the first time.

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Not enough fuel pressure to injectors,replace with a new pump and filter.

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