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Was running fine, then i parked and doesn't want to start. It acts like it wants to but doesn't. Very hesitant till gas is applied then dies. At the same time my fuel gauge fell way below normal. I mean it fell all the way down below E and doesn't move even with key on.

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It sounds like your fuel pump is bad. The fuel sending unit, which tells your gas guage how much gas you have is integrated into the pump so when you replace the pump it will fix both problems.

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