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Car runs 15 minutes and dies we changed crank sensors fuel pump ,ignition control module we ran diagonostics and it shows nothing was wrong runs fine for 3 4 minutes than acts like it loses power and finally dies about thirty minutes before it will start again

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Monitorize fuel pump pression during the idle march. Is not rare that a new pump be bad fuel filter must be revised or change

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