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Will not start keep turning but will not start no fuses blown

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Hello my solution is sit in vehicle turn key to on position until dash board lights come on do not crank engine you should hear a grunt sound such as grrr that is the fuel pump if you do not hear this your fuel pump is not working causing your engine not to receive fuel you will need to replace.

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