1995 ford taurus

can anyone help ; i just put a new fuel pump in and change plugs wires cap rotor and coil. the car turns over but will not start .

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"wings" wrote

When you turn the key to "On" (not start), does the fuel pump buzz for a second?
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Need more info!!!! Did it just START having this problem or was the above an attempt to fix?
Fuel: 1. Does the fuel pump run when you switch ignition on? should run for 1-2 seconds. - collision cut-out switch tripped?
- try holding gas to floor while cranking
- pump pedal several times while cranking
Ign: 2. Disconnect center dist wire (from coil), insert old plug, have someone crank the car with plug lying on engine metal or bracket
3 get a test light... test coil primary terminals. both probably light with ign on, one term will have an off-blink as cranked.
- get the ign module tool from parts store, remove TFI module on side of dist, if caked, replace the module and use fresh heat-sink grease
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the fuel pump buzzes for a couple of seconds there is no pressure at fuel filter or at top of motor were pressure gauge goes------- i was driving down the road and the car just stop running as if there was no gas.... thank you for your input
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"wings" wrote

So electrically it's okay.

So the pump is not pumping.

You still didn't say WHY you replaced the pump.
If you replaced it *because* the car stopped running, and it still won't run with the new pump that buzzes as it should, then there's something else wrong.
Maybe a blocked or kinked fuel line between the pump and filter (does it squirt gas at all with the filter removed and the key turned to "on" for the 2-second buzz?).
Maybe some part of the pump fell off, or wasn't installed correctly, like the pickup tube, the in-tank filter "sock", or the outlet pipe.
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wings wrote:

Get the engine trouble codes read to help pinpoint the problem.
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