Q: I can't get my 98 silverado to start

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my 98 silverado 4.3 v6 won't start at first we thought it was the fuel pump so we changed it but nothing changed then we thought it was the distributor and cap and still it wouldn't start the only way we could get it to start is by pouring fuel in the throttlebody

My car has 150000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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