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Driving down the round heard a noise sounding like a flat tire cut the truck off to check it out went to crank the truck back up and it won't start, its not my starter

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Sounds like your fuel pump may have died. can you hear it when you turn the key on? it will be a slight hum. you may have to have someone in the back near the gas cap to listen because it will only be on for about 2 sec. let me know if you can hear it and then we can go from there

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