Q: Replaced fuel pump, filter and injector.. still no fuel. 89 s-10. With a 2.5

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It ran up to tune up. Did the up wouldn't start. Checked wires and all. Got spark. No fuel. Replaced filter, and injector. Was told fuel pump. So replaced it. Still fuel not shooting out injector

My car has 189000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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