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Goes great around town but cuts out on hills could it be fuel pump

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Is the check engine light on? could be a few things your best best is to put a fuel pressure gauge on the car and tape it to the windshield take a hill and watch your readings, otherwise its hard to say without more info please rate -jeff

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