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My 2000 buick lesabre stalls, had it to 2 machanics and neither can find the problem. Today I went out to start the car and I can smell gas and i watched the guage drop about an 1/8 of tank. any ideas what the problem can be.

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Sounds like you need a new fuel pump or a fuel pump relay could be getting hot and cutting out

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