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I have a nissan bluebird 1992 and it hesitates after every five minutes can anyone help me

It starts fine drives well but after five minuts no less no more it starts to hesitate.i have to switch off for a few seconds and restart the engine.what is the problem can anyone tell me

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SOURCE: where is the fuel pump located on the 1992 nissan bluebird arx

its located in the fuel tank makes up part of the fuel level sending unit

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