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Umm my car wants to start but dosn't I don't hear any thing for fuel pumps this happened when I was driving and suddenly turned off since then unable to turn on

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Check fuses for broken ones using a fuse tester or by pulling them one by one and lookin at the conductor inside to see if burnt or discontinuous.

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