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If this has a carburetor, look at the Power valve that is connected to the throttle lever. It is a small plate in front of the carb with a lever that moves with the throttle. There is a small rubber valve inside which allows gas to flow between chambers.
Another possibility is the fuel pump. After that, a bad Vacuum leak like from a ruptured EGR diaphragm can cause these problems.
Hi, if your motor turns over ok & appears to be getting fuel, I'd probably check for spark by putting a spare plug in one of the leads & turning the engine over to see if it sparks, if it doesn't spark maybe it's your crank angle sensor/coil etc.
pull number one spark plug and put your pinky in the hole, rotate the engine with the starter solenoid and when u feel pressure at max u are near or at number one cylinder top dead center, bring the timing mark to 10 deg BTDC and then pull distributor and point the rotor to number one plug wire terminal.