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No start on 99 996.

Engine turns over fine. No codes on the durametric. Changed crank sensor with new one. Wont even hit on ether. Just doesnt fire up. Car just died going down the road. Any thoughts?
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OK, so it WILL fire on ether. Other than the fuel pump, which is only 2 months old, any other ideas? Fuse is good.
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I assume you can here the fuel pump running when you first turn you ignition key. I have seen these pumps installed in the wrong position. They will detach from its base on the bottom of the fuel tank causing the pump to lean on its side so if you only have a 1/4 tank of fuel or less the vehicle will not start. Check your fuel filter? Fuel gauge reading properly? I am sure you did some of these checks.
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Thanks for the reply. Turned out it was a faulty fuel gauge so it was out of gas.


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I assume you can here the fuel pump running when you first turn you ignition key. I have seen these pumps installed in the wrong position. They will detach from its base on the bottom of the fuel tank causing the pump to lean on its side so if you only have a 1/4 tank of fuel or less the vehicle will not start. Check your fuel filter? Fuel gauge reading properly? I am sure you did some of these checks.
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