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My 98 mustang has what seems to be good crank but wont start, it will start and run good if i spay starter fluid in it. this problem comes and gose from one day to the next. what do you thin?

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  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2011

    after the car starts it runs good so would you still think that it is not getting fuel juast for starup?

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If it runs when spraying starting fluid in it, then the most likely problem is no fuel getting to engine. check or replace fuel filter, check the fuel pump fuse and relay it may have blown. if not that see if fuel pump is working. to check pump--- have someone turn car to on, while you feel for vibration at fuel tank under car. a fuel pump only comes on for a few seconds to get the fuel to engine. but when started it runs continuously. have a good day !!

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