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Stalling on a 22re engine

I can drive the car for days & sometimes it just quits & I have to wait 5 min before it will start & it will run a few miles more and then quit. If I leave it sit overnight the problem may not happen again for weeks. What's going on with it? Changed the gas filter & won't know if problem solved or not. Car idle's fine. Also, K&N filter will not work in this motor, runs for a couple of miles a quits.

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