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98Taurus 95K again

Let the car sit for about an hour and drove it to the store, about 2 miles and it ran fine. It did not repeat the earlier problem of acting like it was starving for gas. Now I'm really confused.

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You probly just had trach in the filter and now it is gone so fuel is passing fine

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