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Engine bk firering & lose of compression.

When first starting truck and driving no problem after 10 minets truck begins to back fire and when i excelerate it loses compression and wonts to stall i have replaced fuel filter, gas tank , new plugs and wires,fuel filter,air filter. put fuel injection cleaner in tank and still have same problem.my tack gage fluxuating up and down. please help. i have a 94 nissan pathfinder that loses compression on a hill or when i come to a complete stop the rpms drop to about a half a grand and lower it just fluxs back and forth and when i press the gas it try to die but if i let it roll for a few seconds i can drive til my next stop sign

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