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What is wrong with my car/

Car will run fine for a while,then it wont start,cranks no fire. wait alittle while and it will start and run fine. changed fuel pump,crank sensor,fuel reg,filter. (no codes)

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Car vibrates on acceleration only i changed my axles and half shaft and it still does it. what could it be.

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