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We put gas in our car and it turns over but won't start.....and it don't sound like the fuel pump s turnin on and smels lke no gas is going to the engine....is it possibe that the fuel pump is out and where ia the fuel pump located....and is it possble for the fue filter is pllugged? Thanks for takin the time to help me

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It is possible that is plugged. The fuel pump is in the gas tank. when you turn the key on you should hear the fuel pump turn on. I would check fuses first, if they are good while you are cranking the car over have someone else bang hard on bottom of the gas tank with their hand. If the fuel pump is stuck it might start working again. Good luck

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