put gas in it!
If your car won\'t start after running out of gas it could be that the fuel pump was damaged.
out of gas prbably
check the ignition module
I have a 2010 mitsubishi galant i have to push the gas to start the car what's wrong
Replace the fuel filter as it is more than likely clogged.
If you already put gas on the car and still don't start you need to put a little gas on the gas filter. That make the car start right away. Is because it take a while fot the gas to go up went the car was totaly dry. Try it work...
Because the engine may need to be flushed because trash has gotten into the tail pipe.
What vehicle is this on? Fuel injected or carburator? Engine size?
maybe an ECU problem
push start it
Is there gas in the tank? Could be dirty fuel injectors. Could be a failed fuel pump.
does your car has a carburetor or is it fuel injected?AnswerIffn your car is FI, Gas in tankturn the ignition key on... but not to start, leave it there for five seconds. You should hear a whirring sound from the fuel pump. Then turn off. Do this five times (per Ford)It should fire right up.
No it does not take a gallon of gass to start a car. To start a car it doesn't use any gas.
you should take a fuel line out ,where the filter is at, and check if it squirts out gas ........
Seriously? More information would get you a better answer. - flat battery - aliens have zapped your car - it's not your car and you have the wrong key - no gas
if the car is nuclear powered you wont need gas
my 2008 navigator wont start after runing out of gas
When a car won't start the first thing to check is the battery. If it is not the battery then check the gas. If neither are the issue call a mechanic.
yes it does damage your car and your car wont run ; ]
Put gas in it - idiot
the gas starts to bubble up (boil) and when you put cold gases in it it startes to cool down the gas starts to bubble up (boil) and when you put cold gases in it it startes to cool down
If your car has the check engine on it could be your fuel pressure regulator located on your fuel rail..