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for fuel....it could be a dirty or clogged air filter or emission system not working properly or fuel injection system not functioning properly...
for loss of power......worn camshaft lobes, faulty spark plug wires or coil, fuel injection system, air filter plugged, low compression or uneven cylinders....
check your high tension leads or plug wires. If you find one out of the correct resistance range, about 7ohms per foot, dont discount that the missfiring has damaged the coil pack for that cylinder as the wasted spark had no where to got except hammering the coil pack. As for the fuel filter refresh them often as the standards of fuel from the pump can vary