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Went out start 2008 f150 (in garage heated). Turns over but wont start. Fine last night. Thyoughts?

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TURN THE ON (NOT START) LISTEN CAREFULLY TO CHECK IF YOUR FUEL PUMP KICKS ON. START THERE.

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