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2004 pontiac grand am se. It seems like i drive long distances and turn off the car it refuses to start back up immediately.If I wait 90 minutes and the engine cools completely then it restarts pronto. Yesterday the car died in motion but restarted after i hour had passed, so i had to dismiss the tow truck.this morning the car would not start at all. but by the time i had it towed to the mechanic it was working.

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I have a 2004 Pontiac Grand am se and I'm replacing the fuel pump. I have done everything and the only thing left is taking the pump off the gas tank and I cannot remove the outer metal ring that holds the fuel pump. Please help, is the a trick to it?

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