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Posted by Anonymous on
First let me say that "after market" pumps will behave this way as opposed to factory pumps but sometimes it is worth the gamble.
You may want to check the fuel pump relay and the "sock" in the tank attached to the fuel pick up rail, they sometimes clog and create a similarity of a fuel pump failure as well.
Also check and analyse the fuel for contamination and replace the fuel filter if it hasn't been done every 30,000 mile intervals.
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