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Goes to start and quits already replaced fuel pump checked for fire out dist and coil and have fuel pressure

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This may sound strange, but, disconnect the battery for about 20 minutes and then reconnect it. This will reset the computer. Also, check the battery voltage and make sure it is above 11 volts.

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