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Vehicle won't stay running

My vehicle began shutting off intermitently so I change the fuel filter after removing fuse number 53 and running it out of fuel and then removed negative battery cable. I replaced the filter,replugged in fuse#53 and cycled fuel four time by turning key on and off after twenty seconds. Vehicle still won't stay running. What do I need to check/change??

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  • tcarney08876 Nov 18, 2008

    After pulling all my hair out and crying profusely, I located the fuel pump reset swith on the passenger side right under the molded plastic and pulled at it and then pushed it back in and "viola" or presto... the vehicle started right up:)...I almost took it the the dealer...ugh:( there are three fuses that deal with fuel...#53,28 and 18.....

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Fuel pump and fuel pressure sensor (I think that is what it is called).

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