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The car cut off when i pressed on the gas and then i started it back up and when it cut off the second time it just cranks now

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Could be fuelfilter or fule pump.or a fuel regulator.You may try taking fuel line loose at throttle body turn key to on and see how its pumping.The filter i believe runs cross ways in front of the gas tank.No need to take the plastic retainer loose to take it off

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