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AUDI PROBLEM MY CAR IS STATING, I THINK THTA NO FUEL IS GETTING TO ENGINE FOR THE CAR TO STARTED,I THINK MY FUEL LINE BLOCK..

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Problably you have a leak in fuelpump.these are so tiny and not to see whit naked eye.so on the motor disconnect the feul line and put it in a small bottle.start the engine and see if there comes fuell,
out whit air bubbles.
check fuell filter

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