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Q: My truck turns over but won't start.

asked by on November 12, 2016

Gas needle had been jumping couple days, truck died. Turns won't start. Replaced filter, relay, pump, crank sensor. Checked fuse. 4 kids, only house income due to the price of daycare, down a week and a half. Need it running yesterday.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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