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Engine dies while still driving. May start up immediately, may start in 5 mintes, 30 minutes, or longer.

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Does ur car heat up? if not please check your ground coz it may be rusted. What I suppose it is: your fuel pump. they die slow. Immediately it dies, hit the gas tank with a 2x4 and if your ground is good, it may start or you'll hear the pump turn on immediately you put it on ign.

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