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The car will not start

I beleive it may be the gasoline filter as it has never been replaced and the car has 120K miles?

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It is possible you would have to put fuel pressure gauge on the fuel lines at the engine but very possible to be the crank sensor or may just be a blown fuse to ecm fuel pump check fuses first

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