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

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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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