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Cuts out when accelerating

My 1995 gmc yukon cuts out when accelerating, mostly only when the engines warm. has new ignition and fuel pump what could this be

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I changed spark plugs now its running a little rough

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Did you change the fuel filter? also did you clean the inside of the MAF sensor w/ MAF spray cleaner?

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