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Where is the fuel filters on the 2.7 EFI

Vehicle runs fine until it is at high RPM under heavy load. It feels like it is not getting enough fuel.

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Fair assumption but I would be checking the cat converter for blocking the exhaust system at speed and load. (Cracked and failed converter)

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    thanks I will do that

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