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Gas is not getting through the car properly and car putt

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Change the fuel filter located on the driver's side of the car near the back of the driver's door on the inside of the frame. If that doesn't work get some carb. cleaner and clean the carb. while the car is running. If this doesn't work it is definately the fuel pump.

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