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We just had our fuel filter and air cleaner changed a little over a month ago on a 2001 f150 ford truck with 105,000 miles on it. Our vehicle we noticed a week ago had a hesitation when you turn the key to start it up but would start up. Now it started up and we drove 2 miles and when we went back to start the vehicle it started up and then stopped immediately. Now it will turn over but it's not starting up. We waited 20 mins and tried to start it up again, and nothing happened. Do you have any idea if this has something to do with the fuel filter or air cleaner that was changed? Thank you

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No that sounds as your fuel pump burnt out. change that and u'll be good to go

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