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Fuel problem iv changed the fuel meter unit, injectors, pipes, ecu and pump and it is still cutting of the petrol, by any chance is there a fule cut off switch on corrado's? its a 1990 Greg 1.8L 16V

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Have you checked or changed the fuel filter, its next to the pump

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