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Battery was tried to start with jumper cables didnt start. bought new battery now sounds like no petrol coming trough.

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You may have blown the fuel pump relay or fuse when jump-starting.
check all the fuses, and your fuel filter.
Is this the first start of the season, or did this suddenly happen with the dead battery?

Is the battery at full charge? if the spark is minimal - it will not be enough to ingnite the fuel. In this case - the alternator may be at fault.

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