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HOW DO I KNOW WHICH KIND OF FUEL PRESURE REGULATOR I NEED /ON BOARD OF INSIDE GAS TANK

CAR SHUT OFF AND TAKES 15 MIN. TO START BACKUP, AS TIME GOES BY IT'S TAKING LONG TO STAR BACUP LIKE 45 MIN OR MORE.

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Replace fuel filter.

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Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

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