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Rotates but wont start - 1990 Chrysler New Yorker

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  • gneff Jul 22, 2008

    turns oover but no fuel getting through; fuel pump not working

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Fuel pump is in tank,, you can get to it buy dropping straps on tank but dont have to remove all tank,, rplace with new,dont replace angle piece that holds new filter 9/10 times it will break then youll need another new part just did my 1990 new yorker

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