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Old 01-10-2014, 02:26 PM   #1
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1995 3.8l V6 Won't Start, Can Someone Help??

Hi, I am just starting to get into the Auto Mechanic trade, I know a lot of the basics, but I kinda just learn as I go, I have replaced the whole front end (Body) I replaced the Water Pump, Mass Air Flow System, Radiator, Overflow Reservoir, Spark Plugs.. Etc.. Just small stuff, but here's what is going on below..

Ok, so awhile back my clutch went out and I had just replaced the spark plugs at that time and the engine would turn over just fine, it would start every time, first try. So I ended up having to leave my Mustang sitting around for a few months while I gathered the extra money to buy a new clutch kit, now that I have the clutch kit, my car won't turn over, I Fully charged the battery, checked the fuses, made sure there is gas in the tank, I read my Haynes manual a little bit to see what I could check out to see if I could fix it, The engine cranks and sounds like it wants to start but it wont turn over, it seems like there is no gas getting to the engine maybe??
I don't hear the little humming sound of my fuel pump engaging when I turn on my ignition, I don't know if that could be it or what but I am looking and open to ANY advice from ANYONE that could help, that knows about Auto Maintenance Specifically to deal with Mustangs would be preferred haha. Thank You!

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Please post in the 3.8 section, they will be able to give you the most accurate information for your car.

Try resetting the fuel pump switch in the trunk first.

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Check fuel pump relay and your grounds on the pump harness
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