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Car would not start this afternoon,the car had no lights or radio so, I jump started the car. It ran until I maid it home. I tried to start car. it was dead. I put a new battery in. but it only started for about 2 seconds and stop.unless I keep my foot on the gas

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Check the fuel filter first. if it needs replaced it cheeper than a fuel pump

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