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My fuel pump and filter is brand new and working but the vehicle is still not getting gas/ 95 Ford Explorer

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If the computer is not seeing a RPM signal it will not fire the injectors.
Your ignition module or dist pickup may be bad.

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Instructions Things You'll Need:
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  • Eye protection
  1. Step 1 Ensure your vehicle has had time to cool down since the last time it was driven. The engine block should be cool to the touch.
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http://check-engine-light-codes.blogspot.com/2006/04/ford-1985-95-obd1-code-self-retrieval.html

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