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Engine won't start. I used quick start fluid into the intake. It fires up as long as I'm spraying the quick start, but stops when I stop spraying. The engine was running fine, and although the car is a bit of a sitter, I start it up at least every 2 weeks and let it run for at least 20 minutes each time. This is the 3.8 V6 engine

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CHECK FUEL PUMP FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL IS GOOD HAVE SOME ONE TURN IGNITION KEY TO RUN POSITION.DONT START.IF YOU HEAR FUEL PUMP RUNNING IN FUEL TANK. FILTER COULD BE STOPPED UP.IF YOU HEAR NO SOUND FROM FUEL PUMP.IT COULD BE BAD.ALSO SCAN THE CAR MAKE SURE YOU HAVE NO PCM FAULTS.BECAUSE PCM CONTROLS FUEL PUMP ALSO.

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Check fuel filter and fuel pump

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