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I was driving my Daewoo Lanos 2001 and the car jut stop running.

I took it home and some other day I try to start the car and it work. finally I got it to work, but every time it came more and more difficult to start. I was thinking it was some dirt in the fuel filter but the problem persist. and now the most I try to start the car the faster the battery die.

What it could be?

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    Raymond Hall May 11, 2010

    When it starts does it run ok ?

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