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Girlfriend's Car Died

Hey guys,
My girlfriend's 3.8L v6 (95k miles) died on her while she was on the road recently. She said the gas pedal slowly stopped being responsive and eventually stopped working all together. When we got the car back to the house, the battery read normal and the alternator is fairly new (plus the lights and radio still worked while it was dying). The serp belt was fine and the fuse box checked out. I'm checking the fuel pump next, any other suggestions?

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