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Car cuts out when in motion

Honda accord 2000, 1.8 auto.h/back
car cuts out when in motion then will not start, seems as if no fuel is going thru to the engine

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You will need to get the Fuel Pump and Fuel Filter Checked out and Possibly Changed.

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