An abundance of hydrogen. With enough fuel cells, Saturn could power the Earth for millions of years. There's just the problem of getting it!
No , it would crank , but if there was no power getting to the electric fuel pump it would not start
Gas is not getting into the carburetor because no Saturn made ever had one.
Would fossil fuel replace tidal power?
depends how fuel efiencent your rocket is but nomatter what rocket you had it would take loads
Check all fuses and fuel pump relay. Check the fuel pump inertia cutoff switch in the trunk.
One can change the fuel pump in a 1998 Saturn SL2 by taking it to a local Saturn dealership for the original fuel pump part from the Saturn manufacturer.
Saturn uses an electric fuel pump that is mounted INSIDE the fuel tank.
No. When a fuse blows it stops power from getting to the attached devices. It would power off and stay off. IF the fuel pump was attached to a self-resetting circuit breaker, then the power might cycle on and off.
have you tried looking to see if your your fuel filter is clogged.
There are a couple reasons. First what kind of car is it? It could be a relay. It also could be an inertia switch located some where. If it tripped you won't get power to the fuel pump.
Fuel pump is locked up. Replace it.