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I have a 1999 Mazda 626, I was driving and the car just shut down, The engine turns but won't start.

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Seems like you lost fuel pressure. Have the fuel pump checked and see how many pounds you have at the motor.

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I have the same car and had the same problem with the engine wanting to stall out, I ran  fuel injector cleaner through it and also an octane booster, i also changed out my plugs and wires and belts because i was also having the occasional squealing sound after i did all of that all of the problems have stopped and now my car runs like a champ 

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Sounds to me like a fuel related problem. When heavy accelerating more fuel is pushed through the system. I would check the fuel filter, and its possible its the fuel pump, but usually once the pump starts acting up, within a few days it will go out all together.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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