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Starter turns, battery is good but car won't start. Think that there is no fuel delivery.

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Turn the key over,but not to the start position,when you do this listen for a whirring sound from the rear of your car. this will be the fuel pump powering up. the sound only lasts about 2-3 seconds.if you dont hear this,then the fuel pump is bad. if you do hear it and still no start,then the ECM is bad.

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