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I have a 1995 chevy silverodo Z71 off road package truck. with a 350. and my truck is backfiring and i can not find out way. just before it back fires it coaughs and acts like it is starving for fuel. please help.

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To find out if the fuel is the culprit, have a fuel pressure test done on it.

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