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Starter works, turns over, but there is no spark from the plugs and the gas line has no pressure, fuel pump not even kicking on. However all other electical such as wipers, lights, horn ect. work. what would cause it to run just fine when I parked it last and then not turn over in the morning.everything works except the fuel line is not delivering fuel to the engine unless u hit the relay and there is no spark

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Posted on Nov 14, 2010

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    Is that one of the big fuses under the hood?


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I would check the ecm. The ecm controls fuel mixture along with spark and other things.

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If by "bad gas" you mean dirty or wet (water or alcohol), the fuel filter and/or lines may be clogged or holding water...or the injectors could be clogged with dirt.

Hearing the pump run doesn't mean that adequate pressure is reaching the engine...a fuel rail pressure tester will tell you if the pump and relay are doing their jobs properly.

Test for spark to rule out ignition circuits and module...Lay one plug wire near a good ground and have someone turn the key for a couple of should see a long spark jump to ground.
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> As a test ONLY, I would back out a plug and spray a short-shot of starter fluid into the cylinder, replace the plug (quickly...starter fluid evaporates pretty fast) and give a crank.
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