Fuel Filters

If the fuel filter is bad will the car not start?

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2007-12-13 02:36:21
2007-12-13 02:36:21

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.

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