Car will not start changed fuel pump getting fuel to the fuel rail but still not starting any idea's

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Asked by Sep 08, 2014 at 10:32 PM about the 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Need help changed fuel pump and car still
not starting getting fuel at the fuel rail
wants to start with starting fluid please help

24 Answers

68,995

May i ask ,did car stop running while driving or just would not crank,what lead you to changing fuel pump?

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Just wouldn't start in the morning change fuel pump because there was no pressure at the fuel rail plus you couldn't hear it kick on

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68,995

Do you hear pump running when you first cut key on?

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68,995

New pump.

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Car was running fine then would not start next day it's driving me crazy lol

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Yes now it kicks on and have pressure

68,995

Ok ,have you checked for fire at a plug?

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Only hear it for a second

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If I spray starter fluid it almost starts

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So I haven't done that yet

68,995

Almost starting and having fluid sprayed in,i would think you are getting fuel,you are not getting fire,give me a few minute,s to try and diagnose your problem.

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I even plugged old fuel pump in to see I it was working but it didn't

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Thank you

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There is a light on that I never seen before it looks like a gate and is yellow on the right side of the dash never seen one like it on any other car I ever had only comes on while I'm trying to start it

68,995

Check the crank sensor,

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68,995

Click to up size.

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How do I check that besides change it

68,995

It can be ohmed,but you will have to remove it,and take it to a part,s store,unless you have and ohm meter.

68,995

It control,s fire ,tell,s the ecm.

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Is there a way to check it

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68,995

My advice would be pull a plug wire,and check for fire,when engine is turned over,if it fire,s wacth it for afew round,s to make sure it hold,s strong fire,if it loose,s it then check the crank sensor.

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Awesome thanks I will try that tomorrow

68,995

Good luck,if it happen,s not to work repost,and some one will follow threw.

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Thank you will let you know how it goes

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