There are 4 things necessary for an engine to run.
1)Good fuel, at the proper time (fuel, fuel pump, fuel injectors)
2)Good spark, at the proper time (distributer, plugs, wires, coil)
3)Compression (pistons, valves, timing chain)
4)and an unobstructed air intake source. (air filter, intake manifold)
You are missing one or more of those things. If you are absolutely sure that the fuel pump is giving ENOUGH fuel pressure, that the fuel injectors are working, and that there is good fuel(not full of water), then I would check for spark at the spark plugs next. Figuring out why an engine won't run is a process of elimination. You have to start by elimnating the 4 things listed above, which tells you what you are missing. Once you find what do not have, then you begin eliminating things that would cause you not to have that item, be it spark, compression, etc.For example, if you are missing compression, then the timing chain could be broken, there may be a valve problem, even blown headgasket. If you are missing spark, then there could be a problem with the distributer, coil, plug wires, ignition module, wiring, etc.
No , it would crank , but if there was no power getting to the electric fuel pump it would not start
Probably the fuel pump is bad.
fuel pump or crank sensor
check to see if fuel pump is coming on check fuse for fuel pump turn key to run and listen for the pump in the tank check relay
Try the fuel filter and the fuel pump relay
yes, no fuel pumping to the engine your car will not crank, be sure it is the fuel pump and not the oil pressure switch or any other problem.
No, fuel pump is controlled by fuel pump relay.
could be fuel pump, bad fuel filter, or ignition module.
It could be low fuel pressure caused by weak fuel pump or restricted fuel filter.
installed wrong or bad fuel pump
No, the engine will turn over it just will not start because it will be getting no fuel as the pump is not running.
If a 1997 Nissan Maxima will crank but will not start, there could be a problem with the fuel pump. Another possibility is an issue with the ignition switch.
If you are getting power to the pump and no fuel is coming out then yes.
Its your fuel pump very common on those cars
Cracked distributer cap or fuel pump
hello same thing that happend to me i changed my fuel pump, spark plugs,spark plug wires,crank sensor,disturbutor cap and rotary button and still didn't work and still would not start. and the fuel pump would not kick in,until i changed the disturbutor itself. i changed the whole unit. hope this helps p.s my car works fine now it's a 2.5 cirrus v6 1995
try the crank/fuel sensor...
I had same problem -- fuel pump went out.
If I were to bet, I'd say your fuel pump is going bad.
wiring to fuel pump in tank
fuel pump relay? If it will not crank it has nothing to do with the fuel pump. You need to check the starter system.
your fuel pump could be bad if it runs for a few seconds .
You won't burn up the fuel pump, but may damage the starter. Yes, you CAN burn up the fuel pump by trying to start the engine with no fuel available. As with any kind of pump, running the pump dry damages the pump.
fuel pump,fuel injectors,out of gas,fuel pump shut off valve,fule pump fuse or coil pack or distribitor,timing could be off,crank sensor and or ignition module.
do you mean start if it wont start then there is a problem with the fuel its not getting fuel check the fuel pump Also check the relay & fuse. Check the fuel pressure. You should have 44.2 to 54.2 psi. Less & the injectors won't open. Causes can be a weak pump/ regulaor or filter clogged