Car died and now won't start, like it's not getting gas. has 1/4 tank of fuel

Asked by Sep 09, 2012 at 11:16 AM about the 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer ES

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Engine turns over but does not start, died as I was turning into market.  Acts as if not getting fuel, when I turn the key on I can hear a click,click, click..., .... from the fuel pump i believe.

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1,295

sounds like you need a new starter.

5

did you try your battery

6,465

how is it the starter if its turning over lol and same thing with the battery i its turning it over its good ... sounds like the fuel pump is bad ,, or maybe the fuel pump relay is bad ... check to see if your gettng fuel ...

6 people found this helpful.

I'm on my second fuel pump relay in the last year (same symptoms)...wondering why it's failed again.

Gas pump is working and has a spark but wont start is it the starter

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