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Car bucks and has loss of power. This started only a few days ago...and does not do it all the time! Intermittently at best. Car is well maintained and has 135K miles on it. Is it possible the fuel pump is going bad, and how long is a fuel pump on a 1995 Corolla designed to last? Thanks.

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With all this rain water finds its way into gas station storege tanks,Then you buy it for 4.00 a gallon. Go to wallmart in the automotive section look for a fuel additive called HEET follow directions,This product will dry out any moisture in your fuel.

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