Q: How can i check a bad fuel pump before replacing one.

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My van stalled at a stalled at a stoplight and now wont start.It still cranks over but no start.It seems like its about to start and makes alow poping noise like its burping.si i changed the fuel filtr but while changing filter i noticed not much gas was coming out of fuel lines and ther is gas in the tank.still no start .when i turn key the fuel pump seems to turn on for couple seconds as normal but still not starting does this sound like a bad pump or something more serious.the van has been running fine til this happend.

My car has 187567 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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