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Starts an dies in a few seconds

Checked fuel pump compression an fuel injectors fixed small gas leak.

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Check the charging system.
If the charging system is not charging it will not energize the fuel pump relay after start and the vehicle will stall.
If this is a 4 cylinder engine remove the blue charge relay in the under hood fuse box and see if it will start and run. If it will then mostlikly the alternator may not be charging

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