Q: Q: Engine won't start.

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Engine won't start, battery okay.

You should get your ’no start’ inspected by a qualified technician. The most common problem on this vehicle for a ’no start’ is the fuel pump and filter. The fuel pressure will have to be checked by a certified qualified technician for diesel engines. The computer should also be scanned for any fuel injection issues and to see if the fuel pressure is normal.

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