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FUEL PUMP PROBLEM

FUEL PUMP DOESNT START WHEN IGNITION IS ON. THINKING FUEL CUT OFF SENSOR IS BAD?

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Wellcome,you need to change the fuel pump to enable the fuel to supply orderly.

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