Q: Q: No gas is getting to my engine

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No gas is getting to the engine of my car. I suspect it is the either the fuel pump relay the gas pump switch (which I do not know where it is located) or the pump its self the car will crank but not start up and everything electrical is working. The car has had no previous problems and was running great up until a week ago when no gas was getting to the engine.

My car has 250000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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