Q: Car dies after going 5 to 20 miles. If it sets for 2 to 24 hours it starts again and goes 5 to 20 miles.

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replace fuel pump. ignition module. have replace used ecm gotten off the internet.All does the same thing. Did get one that went over 200 miles before the problem started again. letting the car set for 2 to 24 hrs and then it starts and run greats for just a short time.

My car has 168000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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