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My 2005 Durango 5.7 liter won't start no whirring when I open gas cap and listen could it be fuel pump

Started for little bit ran good soon as engine turned off wouldn't start, left for few days started ran good for bout hr . Turned it off then wouldn't start again . Started but quit right away . Checked gas cap listened for whirring noise but couldn't hear anything. Could it be fuel pump?

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Do you have spark? Next time try starting fluid, if no go you have a spark issue.

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  • Vernon Bosshard Jun 26, 2014

    Try startinf fluid in the intake first, if its a no fuel issue then it will start and die.

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