Q: I'm trying to find out what is the cause is it a fuel relay is it the fuel pump or it seems electrical cuz it'll just died

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The car is cutting off it seems like it's not getting any fuel it'll stop and start or you have to wait a few minutes or even up to an hour for it to start it'll go a block sometimes it'll go 20 blocks I don't know if it's the fuel pump or the fuel relay it but it seems electrical

My car has 236174 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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