The gas tank could be empty or if it has gas there could be trash in the tank causing the gas line to get stopped up; therefore, the fuel pump will not receive any gas. Check your fuel injector. Get a auto stetiscope and listen to them while the engine is running or at least turning over. You should hear a clicking sound. Have you checked your fuel relay?
The year, make, model and engine info would help, but I would start with replacing the fuel filter.
fule filter needs replacing
Plugged fuel filter.
fuel filter? fuel lines? what all have you checked.
if you mean it wont move, perhaps you have drained the transmission oil and not the engine oil. this would cause it not to move.
Sometimes the old oil filter gasket remains stuck to the filter housing when replacing the old oil filter. Remove the new filter and check to see if that happened. If not, I would suspect the new oil filter or gasket is faulty.
Need to know if your getting spark at the plugs. Next if you are I would look at either timing, or fuel delivery problem, IE fuel pump, filter, ect. If not getting spark take coil wire off and see if you are getting spark there.
dirty fuel filter, bad fuel pump,or clogged fuel lines.start with the fuel filter
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.
I have a 96 Lexus 300 and after taking off the gas tank, and replacing it they found it was a filter somewhere in the fuel line that was clogged.
Could be as simple as a very dirty fuel filter. I would start with replacing the fuel filter.
Dirty fuel filter.
After replacing minor components that would cause the vehicle to stall such as the fuel filter. Advance the ignition timing a few degrees and the engine will run better and there will be no more stall.
Does the engine crank over?
well it could be a bad fuel pump, clogged fuel filter, or a clogged catalytic converter, but i would check the fuel filter first, cause that would be the cheapest fix.
I would try replacing the fuel filter first.
if you have fuel to the filter but not beyond then obviously something is wrong with the filter. either it is clogged, which case its simply a matter of replacing it, or you have your filter installed in the wrong direction...yes there is a correct flow direction. there should be and arrow which would indicate the low direction. in any event the arrow should point toward the motor.
Yes, try swapping relay with another, but if it still isn't getting fuel, a plugged fuel filter or a bad pump can be the cause.
Possibly if the filter was stopped up and the bypass valve failed. Install a new filter and see.
Depends on what vehicle it is installed on. If the filter is mounted in the tank then you would not replace the filter unless the pump needed replacing also. If the filter is outside the tank it can be purchased separately.
Yes. If problem persists after dropping the transmission pan, replacing the filter and fluid (approx 4 qts) then you need your transmission scanned at a reputable transmission shop that has a good scanner to read any codes your transmission has set.
I would try replacing the fuel pressure regulator. That was my problem.
Assuming this is the 4.3 engine, minor tune up consists of replacing the spark plugs, air filter and fuel filter. A major tune up would consist of replacing the spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, air filter, fuel filter and pcv valve.
Dirty fuel filter or air filter.
If a fuel filer is clogged then yes it would cause no fuel to get to the engine, and the motor would shut down. Although most people never change their fuel filters, they should be changed at a minimum of one year intervals. Most people don't change the fuel filter, and their fuel pumps burn out from having to force fuel through a clogged filter after the vehicle is about 5 years old. Quite frankly if your vehicle stopped running due to a clogged filter, plan on replacing the pump in the next few months.