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You will want to check the fuel pressure to see if it is too low. Also that the filter is not restricting the flow of fuel.
Then if the fuel pressure and flow are good, the exhaust may be a little bit restricted. You can have a back pressure test done on it at most exhaust shops to see if the cat is clogged.
If they are both ok, then you will want to take a sample of the fuel to be sure that it’s not contaminated.
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What is the fuel pressure?
Use a wrench to remove the fuel pulsation damper from its fitting, then attach the fuel pressure gauge.
No, that is on the fuel rail, near the regulator. On the ones that didn't use a damper you tee into the rail where the fuel line comes in.
That is all in the instructions, thanks.
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