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Car running fine , shut off,went to start again and it stays on low low ide, if i then hit gas pedal it will shut off. help

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Sounds to me like a fuel pressure problem. Getting enough fuel to idle but dies when you give it gas. Might be a plugged fuel filter. Id check that first. That will tell you wether or not the engine is getting fuel.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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