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Gas tank sending unit replaced car wit not stay running

Replaced unit and tank and car starts but stall out..this is second vehicle that has the same problem when replacing gas tank and sending unit, HELP>>>>

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    replaced both pump and sending unit



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Try checking the fuel filter and the ignition coil and the engine module.

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