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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-07-2010 Thread Starter
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car is wont start

I drove my car yesterday to home last night parked it.woke up today and got in to go get some oil and she wont start.all it does is turnover doesnt sound like its firing and well I hooked a scanner to it and it has 2 codes P1233 FPDM disabled/offline
and a P0190 FUL RAIL PRS S CIR ER.then I mess with it some more and It started up and its idling up and down and sounds like its about to die then few more mins later it starts up and runs like everything is good .does anyone have any ideas and its a 2000 GT

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Sounds like you weren't getting fuel did you hear your fuel pump turn on to prime the system when you turned the key?

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No I didnt hear anything , should I replace the fpm ? and is the fpm the whole fuel pump and all.I cant seem to find any info unless its on the f150
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