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It will run about 15 minutes and stop,after 2 hours it will start up

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  • dkreeger18 Feb 15, 2009

    i have same problem it start when cold and sound like it is running fine once warm it sputters and dies, also when givien gas while sputting it dies

  • djtimothy Apr 15, 2009

    Fuel pump was replaced and the car still loses power and will stall

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Sounds like the fuel pump is on the way out.Does it make a buzzing sound?(electric fuel pump in tank)

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