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1994 volkswagen jetta won't start sometimes

My 1994 jetta won't start sometimes, when I turn the key it sounds like it out of gas, then once I get a jump off with jumper cables it starts right up, I've replaced the battery @ Starter, and it's still doing the same. the car is crazy, it will run good for a couple of weeks and then that one day it won't start, until I get a jump off, then it will run for days and back to the same status, sounds like it's out of gas once you turn the key, someone please help me out and tell me what's my problem. I was told to replace the fuel filter, so I'am about to buy one today, I'm hoping it's not the fuel pump causing this problem.

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    Turning key on, fuel pump sounds but there is just a clicking once turning key fully on. What could be the problem?

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It sounds like you have a bad connection somewhere, what i would suggest is to take it to a autozone and have them put in on the computer. If it is the fuel filter, it is a quick fix not more than 20-60mins.
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