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Want to remove the fuel pump module engine shuts off after a few minutes will not start up again have to wait 1/2 hour or so to get it to start

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Better make sure thats what the problem is, its expesive and not a easy job. Have a shop verify it, before you replace it, the fuel tank has to come out.

Posted on May 10, 2010

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