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PROBLEM GETTING FUEL TO THE MOTOR

THE REAR FUEL PUMP WORKS WHEN IT WANTS TO AND WILL JUST SHUT DOWN AND NOT COME ON FOR DAYS THEN ALL THE SUDDEN

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Check the plug and the wiring from the fuel pump i had that same problem on a different vehical turnd out the plug was melted and was barly making contact

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