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The car don't start. I have to put gasoline in the chamber to start the enginer but it turn off after consument. the pumb is working properly.

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IF YOU POUR FUEL DOWN INTAKE CAR STILL DONT CRANK.I AM LOOKING AT FAULTY IGNITION COIL OR CRANKSHAFT SENSOR.CHECK IGNITION FUSE.TO MAKE SURE COIL GETTING POWER.HOOK VECHICLE TO A CODE SCANNER TO SEE IF YOU ARE GETTING PCM OR CRANKSHAFT SENSOR FAULT CODE SINCE BOTH FIRES IGNITION COIL.IF YOU GETTING NO FAULT CODES PROBLEM MORE LIKELY FAULTY IGNITION COIL OR LOOSE BROKEN WIRE TO IGNITION COIL.

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Check for injector pulse if no pulse cam sensor is bad

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Right now, money is tight for many of us. We're cutting back where we can -- going to movies less often, eating dinner at home and buying fewer things we don't need. We also might be putting off some vehicle maintenance until we can afford it, although this isn't always a good idea since it could compromise our safety as well as our ability to get around.

For example, take your car's fuel hose -- aka fuel line -- they're rubber, metal or plastic pipes through which gasoline passes from the fuel tank, where gasoline is stored, to the fuel pump. From there, fuel is squirted into the engine's combustion chamber via fuel injection or a carburetor.

It's not hard to deduce that your car's fuel system isn't something to fool around with. If the line is old, cracked or broken, it needs immediate maintenance. Otherwise, your car could leak gasoline or have problems delivering it to the engine. If you find your fuel leaking on the pavement, or you can smell gasoline constantly, this could be a fuel hose problem.

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The use of contaminated gasoline or gasoline with a low content of deposit control additives may result in one or more of the following conditions:
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^ Condition may be caused by use of contaminated gasoline. ^ Condition may be caused by use of gasoline with a low content of deposit control additives. Production Solution
Not applicable.
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If use of contaminated gasoline is suspected:
Consider advising the customer to change gasoline source (brand/gas station). Contaminated gasoline may exhibit one or more of the following characteristics:
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