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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must have an engine light on (unless some shady person unhooked light). Take car to place like Autozone or other parts stores that read codes for free and have it checked. If code is found and no engine light then someone unhooked the light. On fuel injected cars you should always be able to start with no gas pedal. On old carburetor engines flooring them while cranking would start a flooded engine - but there is a problem if you are doing that with a fuel injected car. It sounds like a major sensor is dropping out, or fuel pump is going bad. If it is doing what you say - just going dead - and when checked it shows no codes at all - it is probably fuel pump getting weak.
Posted on Feb 24, 2015
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