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What would cause your 96 mark to not start have replaced fule filter csp cam sensorsfule persure regulator tps help?

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2011-10-18 21:11:17
2011-10-18 21:11:17

Does it fire if you squirt gas directly into the throttle body? If so fuel pump is probably shot. If not, look at the ignition control module.

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the fuel filter is in the tank .it is replaced with the pump and fuel presure regulator as one unit.

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