I ran out of gas in my ls400, what makes it not start after I put gas in it?

Asked by Mar 30, 2014 at 11:35 AM about the 1992 Lexus LS 400 Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I replace the fuel pump, fuel filter and the
lines...I spray starter fluid in the intake and
it still wouldn't catch..can some one pls
help with any suggestions?

2 Answers

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Since you ran the fuel down to nothing, you might have burned out the fuel pump. That's why I always recommend you never let the fuel tank get to under 1/4 tank. Can you hear the fuel pump prime/buzz when you turn the key before starting? If you can hear it, you might have pulled up some dirt from the bottom of the fuel tank into the filters and injectors. You might have to have the fuel system cleaned out.

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Are you getting ark at the spark Plugs Gotta start at beginning Cl fuse for fuel pump fuel pimp is Im gas tank can you hear the pump If not replace it

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