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My vehicle lost power at highway speed and cut out. The engine still turns over freely and all electrical mechanisms appear to be working properly. I have surmised the engine is not getting fuel. The fuel filter was replaced in january and i have NOT noticed other issues associated with filter plugging such intermittant loss of power or poor starting or any other chronic issues. this is a one time incident so far what could some of the possible problems?

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Hello Mg.

Basic diagnostics first. Check for spark and fuel pressure.
Then compression test.
I am suspect the timing belt may have broken or skipped some teeth from your description of failure.
If the belt has broken you will have no spark, no injector pulse and low compression.
If the belt has skipped you may still have spark and injector pulse but compression will remain low or none.
This engine I believe is a non-interference engine so if the belt breaks it should not damage internal parts.
If you need more assistance on this leave them in a comment to me.

KL

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