My car won't start I mean it turns over to me it seem like it's not getting any gas just bought a fuel pump like a month ago bought a battery and coil pack and it still want crank timing belt is good

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Asked by Dec 21, 2014 at 09:48 PM about the 2007 Kia Spectra EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Check fire at the plug,s,if you have fire then it more then likely will be the fuel pump,or filter.Alot of the new pump,s are bad to start with,or go bad soon after you install them.

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Check your fuel pump relay.

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The fuel pump is good I took it to the Kia place and the tested it for me but I will check fuel filter and the fuel relay thanks

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My car won't start no power to fuel pump plus when you try to it the warning lites don't come on rather what's wrog pluse all fues or good check and radio stop working too all this time place at the same time help...

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Crankshaft and camshaft sensors possibly on the front of the motor underneath the manifold or on the side of the manifold I believe there's two wires going into the motor have somebody wiggle both of them when you try and start it I'm having the same problem but most of the time when I wiggle that wire it'll fire rate up

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