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My car is still not turning, I've gotten a mechanic to change the fuel pump and it's whissing. Can you tell me what's wrong .

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There can be alot of things that can cause the car not to start

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To really give you the "right" answer I am going to need a little more information from you.

Did the car run when you gave him the car?
Why was the mechanic changing the fuel pump?

If the car ran when you gave him the car and then after he changed the fuel pump it wouldn't start I would have to say it has something to do with his removal and installation. Or the actual fuel pump itself. Was he installing a brand new or used pump?

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Well good luck and I did my best with the information you provided.
Please feel free to give me a good rating,
Thanks and have a great day,
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