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Car is not running right

When giving the car gas, it is jerking back and forth, but not cutting off. Doesn't act like it will but acts like it will stop moving. What could this be?

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Air, Fuel, Ignition. Vacuum leak, clogged air filter. Problem with the IAC, problem with the EGR system. Faulty fuel pump, relay, pressure regulator, injector or injector Orings. Faulty ignitor, coil(s), incorrectly gaped or fouled spark plugs, bad plug cables. Most likely a fuel problem.

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Change the inline fuel filter .let me know if it still does thstor not

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