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Van starts...runs but sits and back fires

92 Dodge Grand Caravan 3.3 motor I can start this up...no problem but it sit there as I add pedal and back fires. I have changed fuel tanks thinking it was a fuel pump problem. and rechecked the fuel line for fuel pressure. I don't think I am getting enough pressure to maintain in the fuel rails. I need to know what kind of fuel pressure is needed..?

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