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Petrol not running properly from the petrol tank to the engine on a nissan primera

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Check your sending unit on top of the tank. Check for 12V with key in ON pisition. If 12V is present, look at the connector in sending unit it self. Inside of connector corrodes, causing no power to the pump. No power to pump, no gas in engine. Good luck

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