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I just put a fuel pump on my 1998 subaru legacy L and it ran fine, then it did not run....so i pulled the lines and turned the key to see if i was getting fuel and it was so i put them back and the car ran for 2 more days...then went to start it and nothing ...so i bought a new fuel regulator fuel thing for it and still no start...please help it has to get me to work...

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  • Greg Meyash Oct 14, 2010

    What was the original problem? Please describe.

  • chris c Oct 14, 2010

    it need a fuel pump..

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How about the throttle position sensor

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

  • chris c Oct 14, 2010

    idk...where is that...?

  • speedwagen
    speedwagen Oct 14, 2010

    I believe it\'s on the throttle body.

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