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I've recently been having some issues with getting my truck to start. Initially it wouldn't start in damp weather only, so I replaced the distributor cap, plugs, wires and ignition coil and it started up just fine in the rain. My truck's been starting and running fine for the past three weeks or so, but this morning it refused to start again. I know that the issue isn't the ignition system which is all brand new, or the battery which is about a year old. It'll crank just fine, but it doesn't sound feel or smell like the engine is getting any gas. My fuses are good, so I'm guessing that the problem is either with the fuel pump or somewhere in the fuel delivery system? Any help with where to look or other possibilities would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.