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My 05 Nissan altima,I had filled up with gas drove about an eighth of a mile it wont start now, its getting fire changed the relay and the fuel pump still nothing. What can it be?

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Quite possibly the timing broke .

Posted on Oct 09, 2016

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SOURCE: Gas tank over flows when filling up

There is a tube that run down into the tank inside the fill pipe, it vents air as the tank is filled, if it is blocked your problem occurs, most likely it is kinked.

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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SOURCE: fuel pump relay 2002 Jaguar x-type 2.5

in the mass fuse box, under the dash, unless you have the manual you will not beable to tell wich one it is.. get a chiltons repair manual or a haynes...

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 93 chev s10 blazer, no fire to fuel pump, changed the two relays.

there wouldn't be any power at the fuel pump unless car was running or if the engine is being cranked over.When you first turn the key on there is about 5second of power at the pump then it turns off.Is the check engine light on?if so have you put a code reader on it to see what code it is.I had the same problem with a cavilier.For the longest time i thought it was the fuel pump but it turned up to be the ignition module.I was told that if the igniton module wasn't working then the fuel pump would't get power

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Subaru Legacy LS 4WD won't fire

timing belt broke most likley

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: fuel pump 2005 nissan altima

Take it back to where you had it serviced. They probably simply missed connecting the fuel level sensor. The engine light is probably from a missed emissions hose that goes to the gas tank.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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