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Dies out when steping on fuel

The engine dies out when you step on the fuel replaced the battery and checked all fuses but still same problem would it be fuel pump or filter its a 2000 toyota echo

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Sounds like the mass air flow sensor is malfuntioning, it is located on top of the air box.

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