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No crank, could it be my fuelpump?? i have 155k miles

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If the fuel pump is bad, it would still crank, but not start. If it is not cranking at all, the problem could be the battery, battery connection, starter, or ignition switch or relay. You test for fuel pressure by depressing the plunger in the middle of the Schraeder valve on the fuel rail. (It's like a tire inflation valve under a brass cap.) Fuel should spurt out even when the ignition switch is turned off.

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