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What happens when you drive on 2 with auto transmission?

My engine doesnt want to start maybe because it overheated but how can i fix that?

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Why change fuel pump? Was there no pressure on fuel rail? Was it not making its pump sound when key in acces. position? Did you check fuel filter if it indeed is a fuel related issue? Clues are awaiting your inspection such as rusted fuel tank, water in line, etc. by checking. But I'd want to know WHY you chose to replace pump since it has nothing to do with tranny.
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Have you washed the engine lately. Or has the engine been wet.

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