I had been experiencing a vacuum lock in the gas tank after replacement of gas lines about 6 months ago. The car has been hard to start lately and then one day it started and just died as if someone "shut the gas off". Any help on where to start to figure the problem out and where to locate the fuel pump relay sensor would be greatly appreciated before I have to drop the gas tank.
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