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Not getting fuel from the pump to the fuel filter on the motor. i have replaced the pump and when i crank it over a couple of times i can go and crack the bold on the fuel pumpo and gas will come out but when i go and check the fuel filter no gas. could i be that the fuel pump is not working properly.

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