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My 190 shuts down will restart after about an hour, car is not hot or overheated

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Hello,fuel or ignition is missing,try to check your fuel pump motor if working,if not check fuel pump relay,your excess voltage protection on fuse box or maybe your transistor box (switching unit),,try to remove your spare plug to determine what is missing,fuel or ignition,,ty

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