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I have a 1990 xj6 jaguar. Two problems I am

I have a 1990 xj6 jaguar. Two problems I am having....the car when you reach 50 mph plus it does not idel smoothly also lately the car has been dying like there is no gas in it. I will pull over wait a little bit and I am good for about 5-10 miles and it will do the same thing

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Had a similar problem within the last year. Either your fuel pump is failing or your fuel filter is partially blocked. Change both and drive away.

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