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Will not start. Sounds like not getting gas.

Will not start. Sounds like not getting gas. Changed fuel pump but, still want start.

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If the crankshaft sensor fails you wont have spark or fuel. Also the ASD relay under the hood powers up the fuel pump and ignition system. Aslo the camshaft sensor would cause a no start. Without actually testing these parts noone would be able to tell if maybe the problem is not a sensor but actually a failed computer.

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