When your car begins to sputter and falter, it can be challenging to figure out what is wrong with it. You worry that your entire engine might fail. You wonder if you will need to replace just a single part or have the whole engine replaced. In many cases, the problem lies with your fuel pump. These signs indicate that your fuel pump is failing.

If your engine starts to sputter and jolt, the problem could lie with the fuel pump. The engine is not getting enough gas throughout its systems. It cannot run as it should because of the lack of fuel running in it.

Likewise, if your engine will not start at all, your problem could stem from the fuel pump. When no gas can get into the engine, it cannot start. Getting your engine to turn over may call for you to put in a new fuel pump.

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