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  • canddmeyer 08/20/08 6:13 am PST

    It's probably the fuel pump, but it may be something else. If it was mine, I'd have it towed, diagnosed, and repaired. You could spend a lot of money arbitrarily replacing parts on suspicion, although sometimes we do get lucky and get it fixed. But replacing the wrong parts, some of which cost $50 plus, adds up after awhile, so that's why I recommend letting a repair shop take the job.

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