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My 95 toyota corollas car is not recieving gas. I bought a new gas pump it is still not working

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Hi

Sounds like the kill switch has been triggered for the fuel, either that or the realy is at fault and not the pump, check the relay and the wiring to the back of it, often a wiggle will get it going again

Hope that helps
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Dan

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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