I changed my fuel pump car started hit the gas it died now it wont start why? on 2004 Hyundai XG350

After i changed the fuel pump i was letting it idle an checking for leaks.After i was done checking for leaks i got in hit the gas an it died.Now it wont start an it makes a back fireing type of sound any ideas would help.

by in Searcy, AR on July 17, 2011
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2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , July 17, 2011
Need to check your fuel pressure with the engine cranking, to see if the fuel pump is ok or if this is another problem.
COMMENT by , July 17, 2011
I did check the pressure it was fine.After I let it set for a while it will start right up an idle smooth but as soon as I touched the gas an let of it dies.
ANSWER by , July 17, 2011
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