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My 2007eclipse get v6 won't start after I ran it out of gas. Any ideas?

I changed the fuel pump and a CPL delays n still nothing. I don't have a code scanner. Could it be a crank sensor? I'm out of ideas, plz help me!!!Plz!

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SOURCE: 98-Mitsubhi Eclipse - 2.4 SOHC fuel pump issues

You could desrupt pump if try to configure relay module is located inside the fuel reservoir.

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Remove the bottom of your back seat. Turn the ignition on without cranking the car. You should hear the fuel pump prime for a few seconds and shut off. If you don't hear that sound, there are two relays on the right side of the firewall next to the master cylinder that are part of the fuel system. I had one go bad on me (the contact corroded) and didn't know which one it might be so I bought the cheaper of the two. Haven't had a problem since!

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SOURCE: 1991 Mitsubishi Mighty Max 2D 4X4 V6 3.0L No Start.

you can get pressure specs from your local parts dept, and check injector signal with a noid light

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