Dodge and Plymouth Neon

Your dodge neon keep stopping you have to let it sit for awhile then it will start what could be causing this?

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2008-09-19 19:59:49
2008-09-19 19:59:49

My experience with this in my 95 Plymouth neon is that it was a fuel pump going bad. Replaced it and the fuel filter and no more problems.

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