Q: Refusal to kick start

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If I am driving ,the car will just stop working and I will have to restart again, initially I thought it was fuel pump I replaced it and it still keep on doing that I also change fuel filter and ignition it works for three days and started doing the shit again so now rewire have worked and also mechanic now it will not kick pls what is your advice ?

My car has 180000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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