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Acts like fuel filter is clogged

I have a 1996 Ford F250 diesel power stroke. It runs fine at idle and low RPM. When you get into (not immediately) it is looses power and acts like the fuel filter is clogged, I've changed the filter keep checking the filter and it's not clogged.
any suggestions?

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Fuel pressure regulator i have seen a couple go bad

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