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2011-04-03 16:47:38
2011-04-03 16:47:38

Yes, if it is clogged.


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Still won't start? Does that mean it didn't start before you replaced the filter? Obviously it wasn't the filter. Get back to basics. Test for spark and fuel. A filter is almost never the cause of a no-start.

It sure will. When you suspect a clogged filter, replace it.

It would if it is so clogged that is blocks the flow of gasoline to the engine.Yes, if an insufficient amount of fuel is getting through the fuel filter.

yes it also allowes moister in the fuel line A leaky fuel filter can also cause FIRE in YOUR GARAGE. Probably ought to consider it a high priority fix.

If it is really stopped up it will not let the fuel pass through and cause the car not to crank, but it would have to really bad shape to have zero flow.

cloged fuel filter, bad fuel pump.

A partially clogged fuel filter will cause hard starting, stalling, and loss of power. It will also cause the fuel pump to overheat and self destruct.

if changing the fuel filter, and it still stalls out. you have a problem with the fuel not getting to engine.

not necessarily, only if the filter is completely clogged will it cause the engine not to start. this rarely happens suddenly. you would notice a sever lose of performance first.

Filter out debris from the fuel.

Could be as simple as a very dirty fuel filter. I would start with replacing the fuel filter.

if the engine turns over and it is not getting fuel, more than likely fuel filter or fuel pump problems if the car is not getting fuel.

yes they can............ when a fuel filter becomes clogged with dirt or any foreign matter it restricts the fuel flow........ no gas = no run...........

Yes, most definitely. No fuel and the engine will not start.

A fuel pump relay switch can cause your car to stall after starting. A malfunctioning fuel pump relay switch can cause your car to not start at all.

There are several things that can cause your car to only run for five seconds and then stall. The most common cause is a plugged fuel filter or a malfunctioning fuel pump.

Weak fuel pump? Bad fuel/air filter? Water in fuel?

I seriously, seriously doubt it, but it is possible, unless the fuel filter is in the tank.

There is a correct flow direction for a fuel filter. if installed backwards the car may not start because not enough fuel can flow and the is not enough fuel pressure. Make sure the flow direction is positioned witht he arrow directed towards the outlet line to the engine fuel rail/carb. IS fuel the problem? IT takes not only fuel, but spark and combustion to start a motor. is the fuel filter on right?

If your car has the fuel injected V6 the fuel filter is next to the fuel tank. If your car has the carburetor the fuel filter is in the inlet to the carburetor.

There are lots of things that can cause that. Bad gas, dirty fuel filter, dirty air filter, and a number of other things can cause it.

your fuel filter has nothing to do with your fuel pump the fuel filter is there to keep Pisces of trash from making there way to your Inge's if your fuel filter gos out your car can start and then shut off also the if you hear your fuel pump when you turn your car on then your fine if you turn the key and you don't hear that little noise then your fuel pump has go out hope this help out

it could be many reasons,electrical/ low voltage etc but it is possible if car has an airlock ,water in fuel,wrong fuel is common like putting petrol in a diesel car or vice versa.also dirty injectors for diesel cars

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