i installed a new engine on my 99 lincoln town car and it wont start

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Asked by Jun 17, 2014 at 11:51 PM about the 1999 Lincoln Town Car Executive

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

if I pour gas in throttle body it starts but wont keep running so .I installed new fuel pump it still wont start

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Check fuel pump relay,and or fuse,s

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thanks I try that ,I just learned it has a fuel shut off in the trunk .is that a switch and can that have been turned on when I hooked the battery back up

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if that don't work ill just hire someone to sit on the fender and spray fuel then it works great ...and I forgot to say I don't here the pump turn on either..thanks for your knowlege

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68,295

Yes the one in trunk is and inerstia swicth,if car was bumped hard,it can cause this. Good luck with it.

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