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Hi I'm Peter, I would say clean the throttle body and MAF sensor if you have already changed the fuel filter. If you go through all of these steps you may have some junk in the tank and when you press on the throttle as the vehicle surges a little so does the junk in the tank and it clogs up the sock filter more on the fuel pump in the tank. You may also want to check the tank vent for dirt dauber nest. It being a 96 it could well be any of the things I have mentioned if you have no codes. Make sure you have no vacuum leaks also, If it runs a little rough at idle that is an indicator. Good Luck.

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