I drove up up to the store the other day and realized I forgot my wallet and without shutting of my 91 DB51T I returned home (about a one mile trip) shut off the truck and grabbed my wallet and zipped back out to discover I could not start my truck again. Zero issues on this drive up and back and really no issues at all in last few months... it just won't fire up. It seems like no fuel is getting to the cylinders at all. It is not flooding not matter much I pump the gas and the fuel pump seems to pressurize. I get gas squirting from this weird little starting jet and checked the fuel filter (i.e. blew it out). I felt the weird lil magnetic valve deally and it seems to be clacking into place (I felt a distinct click but ordered a new one any way). I still need to buy a can of starter fluid and see if spritzing some of that into the carb might get a quick catch. Any ideas or tips? The carb has so many vacuum and coolant lines it makes it tough for me to troubleshoot it. Also are DB51T carbs just so bad they don't make them anymore? I can get the year up but that would require being more than the redneck mechanic I am to make work I think.