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And you know the fuel filter is good? Could be injector problem: just as a check, spray some starting fluid into the intake and see if engine runs a few seconds. If it does, it is a fuel problem. Check injector fuse, as a start. Check fuel pressure. Check injector circuit. If engine won't start with starting fluid, check if you are getting spark. Problem may be in the ignition system.
open up the air intake where the choke is and stray intake cleaner int here and work the flap. then move into the fuel system. also i remember correctly the gas gauge is on a fuse check for blown fuse.
HOW MANY MILES ALOT IT REALLY SOUNDS LIKE YOUR O2 SENSOR OK LOCATED ON THE EXAUST PIPE CLOSE TO ENGINE UNDER THE HOOD THEY CONTROL YOUR FUEL MIXTUER FOR HOT AND COLD LIKE A CHOKE . IF ITS BAD THE ITS FLOODING IT OUT WHEN HOT AND YOU GET ROTTEN GAS MILAGE BECAUSE YOUR FUEL PRESSURES ARE FINE REGULATORS EITHER WORK OR THEY DON'T AND IT THEY DON'T YOUR TRUCK WON'T RUN O2 SENSORS GOING BAD DON'T ALWAYS GIVE A CODE OR A DASH LIGHT BECAUSE OF THE BAD GAS MILAGE AND BLACK SMOKE WHEN IT IS WARM ITS PRETTY OBVIOUS WHAT IT IS OK GOOD LUCK POHLCAT