Q: No fuel pressure

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I have no fuel pressure in my car.

A: Lack of fuel pressure can be caused by a fa...

Lack of fuel pressure can be caused by a failing fuel pump or a clogged fuel filter. Depending on the fuel pressure specification, the fuel pump can be condemned. A proper diagnostic inspection should be performed in order to prove that the fuel pump is faulty or find a different cause. A certified technician should replace your fuel pump if necessary.

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