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I recently got hit in the rear on my 96 rodeo, after the hit the car starting to mis fire then it shuts off. I changed the fuel pump now the car would run for a few minutes then shuts off again. I have to let it sit to be able to start it then it does all over again. What can my problem be ?

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  • hdfltsfatboy Jun 06, 2009

    Check all wiring harness from the relay box to the driver side in the engine compartment as the conectors ( molexes ) get loose when got hit. This is common on all Amigos and Rodeo models.

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