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I put a new fuel pump in my 1998 pontiac transport with the 3.4 motor and it still wont start. it has spark and cranks over but wont start

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Remove the fuel line from the fuel rail and turn the ignition on, if the pump is working there should be fuel coming from the hose, if there is none go back to the fuel filter and remove the inlet hose from the fuel filter and turn the ignition on, if fuel comes out from there your fuel filter is blocked, if there is no fuel your pump is not working

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