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Fuel can't continue flows to injection pump so thats why the engine cant continue to run

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Possible that the fuel filter is bad or there is low pumping from the fuel pump. It is important to check if there is AIR lock, also check for free flow to the point of the injection pump. If not check the lines, filter and pump. Also if there is dirt check for dirt in the fuel tank, even presence of water can cause this issue.

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This problem relates to low fuel pressure.Get the fuel pressure checked.Most probably weak fuel pump and clogged fuel filter.Both are to be replaced.Still to confirm get fuel pressure checked.It can be checked at any local car garage repair store.---------

This will solve the problem or point you towards the cause of problem. Thank you for using fixya.

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