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I Crank It Up it's shut down. It will not restart. When I turn the key on I hear the fuel pump come on and work.

What might the problem be?

I have changed three senders on the carb but still the same

Sometimes the battery voltage will drop also and sometimes stalls too.

The new fuel pump doesnt pump any gas. truck runs if we put gas into carb.

just need to know what parts will fit my 90 model when do the parts start to change?

Its a 92 dodge d-150 with a brand new 5.2 magnum. It runs perfect, and then after a while it cuts off. Thought it was the fuel filter or fuel pump due to the fact that we let it sit for two months while the engine was being rebuilt and installed. Already replaced fuel filter, and fuel pump relay. Before I go any further and replace the fuel pump I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas of what else this could be. Also for some reason the ac quit working (even the fan), but when I tried turning the ac on, then switch it off, the truck idles very low, and seems like it wants to cut off again. These issues could be a combination of different things, please let me know if you have any suggestions or ideas, Thanks!

Refilled it, brakes still spongy

Replaced the coil, plugs, plug wires, pick up coil, roto, and cap and still no FIRE looking for HELP

looking for the correct description of what kind of engine and it has a Holly Carb does that make a difference in gas usage or for a fuel pump?

Im looking for a fuel pump I didnt know they cost that much

but the choke is open only half ways it runs just fine please help

When I start my truck up cold it runs horrible and misses and loses all its power but when it warms up it ruins better but still feels like it's holding back power what could cause this

Have a 1990 D150 w/318 Holley TBI system. Fuel is getting to the throttle body AND is passing through to the regulator, but no fuel to the injectors. I just replaced the fuel pump two days ago. Engine was running until I replaced the inline fuel filter in the return line.

It stall after you brake somewhat hard in forward and the fuel gauge floats no codes fresh tune up

Once truck warms up

First started off as a clicking noise coming from Fuel pressure relay on the LH side under the hood. Check engine light wouldnt come on till clicking stopped. Then would fire up. Spit/sputtered/died (couple times) then started up and ran fine. Then cold weather came in..... the clicking noise wouldnt start for hours & even when the clicking would (finaly) start, it took hours to slow down to the point it killed the battery because tge ignition had to be turned on for the clicking. Replaced fuel pressure relay=nothing. Tried Innova scan tool, wont connect. Signals all point to PCM/ECM, but I had the thought it could be loose ground, blown fuse, or some other excuse in the wiring before the PCM/ECM.

I alredy did the toiming procedure. the codes I retrived was a bad ect, I replaced it but still code comes back on.

orgauges but have lights

I did an oil change and it started then the next day it wouldn't start it'll only turn over, I can't figure out the problem someone help me please

both it and orange ac wire with fusible link are hot and fusible links are blown. just bought truck and trying to chase problem down

Outlet sparked and starting burning. The radio flashed on and off a few times. The truck died and will not start. No buzzer or dash & gauge lights. Power windows work but radio doesnt.

I figured it would be a few screws to replace the stock air cleaner, and valve covers. Well the valve covers are easy. but the air cleaners are different.. the stock one in the dodge. has hoses coming from it. One i think goes to the exhaust manifold and the other goes out the side of the truck. maybe a air box.. I'm very new so forgive me. just need some help on what to do. when putting the new one on. the new performance ones I search online look like its just the filter with the top and bottom pieces to screw down on top of the carb. So am i just suppose to remove the hoses and remove stock filter, and screw down the new one? what about the hole that i think would be left after i take the hose from the exhaust manifold? Please help me