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It stop while driving with no sign of any checking light, the engine comes to a complete stop, but after 10 t0 15 minute It start working like nothing happen

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  • ricco503 Jun 17, 2009

    Thank you, I will check the fuel pump, if that is the problem, I will let everybody know. Thanks.. budice7h20

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Fuel Pump.. Start by checking there. Repost!!

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