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Wife was driving down the road jeep lost power for a few seconds the kept going. When she pulled into the driveway it died and would not restart. after and hour or so sitting restarted no problem.

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Fuel pump may be going out. Could also be the fuel pump relay getting hot and malfunctioning.

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