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Car will not start. 89 olds 88 replaced fuel pump coil and ignition control modular. still does not get fire.

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Double check that you get pressure and flow, maybe pump relay. also check the crank and cam sensors along with the mass airflow. some vehicles will not run with faulty airflow sensor. Have you checked for any trouble codes?

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Hi its about a fuel pump.i think...

You don't say what kind of car, what year, what engine, or any of that, but you sound like you know what you're doing, fixing things yourself, and good for you. I like to see that kind of thing, since most men won't even tackle a car anymore.

Anyway, you want answers, and I shall try to give them to you. There are only two places you'd find a fuel pump, in my experience: either in the gas tank itself, or attached to the engine block. Now, since whatever you have has carb, distributor, and coil, the block is the place to look. There will be no wires leading to the pump: it's powered by the camshaft. Simply follow the fuel line off the carb (it'll likely be the largest line leading to the carb. The others should be vacuum lines) and you shall find what you seek.

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