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My truck was recently giving me trouble starting and then a day or two latter I was filling my fuel tank up and when I left the gas station it would only go about 15-20 mph or so. I got it home and now it won't start. I pulled my fuel filter and replaced it, still won't start. I believe it is a fuel problem. Can someone help, thx
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It won't even start up. I just checked and when you turn the key on you can't here the ful pump. I didn't know if there might be a relay or a sending unit that went bad. I ca buy a f/pump tomorrow at NAPA but just wanted to make sure before I spend 400.00 on it, Art
artimious7. The best way to know, if you have a fuel pump problem go to buy on auto parts store a Quick start, and desconnect a vacuum hose to connect to the intake manifold spray 4 times the fluid and be sure it's going into the engine, crank the engine if the engine start and running for a few seconds it's a fuel pump problems, it's not you'r problems it's a ignition or electric.