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I have a 95 Continental that I just bought a new fuel pump for, the pump works but my car wont start, it will crank but won't start. I checked the fuses and the relay and I don't see any other problems. What could the matter be?? Please help me.

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Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines Dear Shay, Did you replace the fuel pump because of a no start problem to begin with? If so and it's still not starting, this may not have been the problem. An engine needs air, spark and fuel to run. If any of these things are not right, the vehicle may not start. You need to have someone check all of these things to find out why it's not starting. I would suggest that you have a certified technician take a look at your vehicle to diagnose the problem. Lori Johnson

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