A car will not be able to run if it doesn't have adequate fuel. It is also unlikely to run well if there is a problem with the fuel pump or other components within the vehicle. Ideally, you will have it serviced the second that you notice any problems starting or driving your car.

Signs of potential trouble include low gas mileage, inconsistent speed while traveling and problems starting the car. You may also see a warning light on the dashboard go off if there is a problem with a fuel pump or other essential components.

Replacing a damaged fuel pump or other fuel system component could help to avoid potentially serious problems developing inside of the vehicle. Even if secondary damage can be repaired, it could result in the car being worth less in a trade or when sold on the open market in Anchorage, AK.

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