Car Stalls While Driving?

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If a car stalls while driving or moving, this could be a problem with air in the hoses or tubing of the car. It may also be related to fuel, or something wrong with the spark plugs. Even if the gas gauge says there is gas in the car that might be the problem as well. It is important to make sure that there is gas in the car at all times, and if that doesn't help, the spark plugs should be checked by a professional.
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