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Ack like it is running low on fuel while driving or stop

1988 subaru gl wagon with a 1990 XT1.8 engine. Changed fuel filter, cap & rotor, plugs & wires, run seaform engine cleaner in tank, air filter, none of these thing improved performance

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Crazybonezz, check your fuel pressure, should be 50 psi from the pump or 30 psi within the system 'loop'.

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