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The lincoln was running fine we got off at the store and it woundt start we put more gas in it and it still woundt start so we towed it home as the truck was lifted up and we got it home the truck started up right away then we drove it somewhere else and it woundnt start again we called a tow truck and the guy hit the bottom of the gas tank and shook the vechicale after five minutes the truck started up and we drove it home about 15 miles away after that the truck want start at all icranks up but it as if the gas is some how not getting throgh to start it it has less then 50,000 thousand miles on and we have and no problems before this

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Sounds like you may need a new
fuel pump

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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