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Car was running then just cut off on me going down the road

244 DL Wagon I have replaced both fuel pumps, all 4 belts, rotor button, distribtor cap, drained the tank and put new gas in it. It d=seems asif there is no fire getting to the fuel pump what can I do to fix this?

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Check if it is injection clean the injectors if not ur carb

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