Question about 1993 Plymouth Colt Vista
I don't know why, but the car isn't getting fuel. If it cranks and has spark but does not fire then it is a good chance the fuel pump is no longer operating properly. Once easy way to test this is to see if you can hear the fuel pump operating. You should be able to hear it when you turn your key to the "on" position (just before starting the engine). There should be a momentary buzz from the back as the fuel pump pressurizes the line.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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