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Car starts only when starting fluid in applied directly. I do not hear the fuel pump going like it used to car has been in the back yard for a couple of years without running.

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  • phaze3 Aug 21, 2010

    could the fuel pump be sticking is there a shut off for it somewhere.

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Phaze, A servicing of the car is required to move from back yard and the front yard. That is why the fuel pump is not working. It needs help from a technician as it is not pumping fuel to reach the engine.

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  • Rinoo Kumari Aug 22, 2010

    No, it is not so. On second thought check all fuses in the fuse box.

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