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Have 1999 ford explorer trouble starting takes a while to start ,the fuel pump doesnt always come on when you start the ignition

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Its going out need new one

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If you don't hear the fuel pump and have replaced it already you may have gotten a bad one. If you have not replaced it you probably need to. Alot of the after markets that cell just the inner pump usually you have to change the outer plug also as the original plugs do not always match up so its better to get both and do the job once.

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