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I ran out of gas i put gas in the tank after,and now it start,runs for about a min,then dies out.

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Can't help you without complete info....like maybe Make, Model, Year, engine, etc. etc. etc.

Posted on Apr 20, 2015

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SOURCE: Ran out of gas......

Sounds like fuel pump burned out when you ran out of gas. probably ran dry for about 20 sec till engine quit. Check for power to fuel pump in tank.Most likely fuel pump will need replacement . Hope this helps

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 04' Sedona ran out of gas- now won't stay running

fuel pump is burned out from running out of gas, the pump is cooled by the gas it sits in inside the fuel tank, when you run low on fuel or out of gas you over heat the pump severely and the bearings in the pump seize up, have seen it dozens of times in my 30 years of dealer work.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage that starts then dies

There are a few things for you to do to get it running right. Any fuel that may have been in the system would have turned in to varnished and needs to be cleaned out of your fuel system. You can buy a can of Sea Foam from the Auto Parts Store and follow the instructions. THe other thing to is to buy a can of throttle body cleaner and clean out the throttle body and Idle air control valve which would cure the stalling problem. Start with that and give it a good run on the road and then do an oil and filter change to ge all the water condensation contamination out of the engine and also to the transmission fluid and filter change too. Good luck and this should na a good start to getting your car running 100% again.

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SOURCE: car wouldn't start. jump started let run 10 min

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Posted on Oct 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Just turns off on it's own, Wait 60 sec. restart press pedel it dies.

This engine is electronically controlled so the first thing that must be done here is to have the systems control computer tested for fault codes and then do the proper diagnostics based on those codes.

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