Question about Cars & Trucks
What vehicle are you talking about. Is there a clogged fuel filter?
Is the air filter clogged? is the fuel pump going. These are usually the prime suspects in what your describing.. Take out the air filter and drive the car a short distance on a DRY day. if it works buy a new filter. next try changing the fuel filters. its cheap and pretty easy on most cars and trucks. can alway youtube.com it for a video on how to do it yourself. then the worse case is the fuel pump going. Prices range from $100 to $350 and up.
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