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You can have a plugged fuel filter or blockage in the exhaust. Check your MAF sensor too for debris on it.
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Sorry for the delay. The MAF sensor is in the front part of the intake plumbing just after the air filter.
You need to test them like pull off the fuel filter. The exhaust needs to be separated from the manifold.
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