The car is turning over but not staying on if you no what I'm saying. Something is keeping the car from staying on.

Asked by Apr 11, 2015 at 12:19 PM about the 1995 Toyota Celica ST Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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So ur saying the car will start and run then immediately shut off that to me sounds like fuel pump

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Thank you so much.

I'm gonna share this with you so if there is any doubt about fuel pump. This person I no said it could be the fuel pump relay switch. What do you think.

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If it was the relay the pump wouldnt even turn on let alone start.. no relay no power to the pump so its likely not the relay i would start easy get a new fuel filter if u have an inline one if thays not the problem get the fuel pump tested and if bad change it im gonna bet on the pump

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So can you send me a diagram as to where the fuel filer is located. Please.

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Cant find a diagram but look under air filter thats the location of the fuel filter

Hey fellas I have good news and bad news lol. I went on line to look for some short videos to show replacement of fuel filters. On that video. It said to turn the key at least 3 time to get the whole system going again. Any way I did that and the 1995 Toyota celica started up. But now it sounds like I thru a rod now lol. What should I do with car. I'm taking advice here now. So send me some ideas.

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