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1994 Volvo 940 died while driving (had only driven a mile). Had full gas tank, fluids checked and are good, timing chain good, all belts seem good. When try to start goes "rrr rrr" like it wants to start but won't.

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Inspect your fuel line and see if it's supplying the fuel, if not then you need to check if fuel pump is working or not. if not change the fuel pump and fuel filter. Good Luck

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