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FUEL STARVATION HI'A, LAND ROVER DISCOVERY TD5 '2000', FUEL PUMP IN THE TANK MAKING HIGH PITCH NOISE- THEN THE NOISE STOPS OR INTERMITTANT ENGINE CUTS.STARTS AFTER CRANKING FOR LONG TIME BUT STILL HIGH PITCH NOISE FROM PUMP IN TANK ? ? 4 pipes-- white - green - black-blue 4 wires-- black-white-green+black-pink can anyone advise please

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Need to change a new pump.

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