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  1. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  2. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  3. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  4. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  5. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  6. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  7. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  8. Could be a combination of problems- if the filter was partially plugged, that could have caused the pump to run hotter than intended, and lots of hot/cold cycles could have contributed to the connector problem.

  9. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  10. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  11. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  12. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  13. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  14. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  15. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  16. To be honest, I was suspect when you said an intermittent problem was caused by a dirty fuel filter. A dirty filter usually manifests itself in a more consistent manner.

    I’m going with the harness as number one culprit and, if the car is fairly old or you somehow found some really dirty gasoline (not very common these days,) a partially clogged filter affecting performance slightly but not the no-start issue.

  17. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

  18. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

  19. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

  20. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

  21. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

  22. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

  23. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

  24. Re: EDIT

    Do you know what, exactly, went on the fridge? If it’s the compressor, you’ll probably need to call someone in for that or get a new one. If it’s the air circulating fan, you can easily fix that yourself.

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