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Do you hear a hum or buzz noise from the fuel tank area at all when you first turn on the key or try and crank over the engine?It may take a second person to listen to the tank area.
Let me know so we can continue,thanks Pete.
One of the biggest issues when run out of fuel is the fuel pump works harder when low on fuel and when sucking in air and fuel when at empty this can lead to the pump itself burning out unfortunately.You should hear a hum or buzz noise coming from the tank area and if you do not hear this then this can indicate the pump itself has burned out needing replaced.
I would have the power and ground signal tested to the pump to make sure these are present, most likely they are.If there is correct power and ground then the fuel pressure needs tested with a fuel pressure test gauge to see if there is low or no fuel pressure.A faulty fuel pump will cause low or no fuel pressure and will need replaced.
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