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I have a 94 z-71 tbi, hesitates while driving, gets worse when warms up. does not over heat

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Replace fuel pump assy

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I have a 1995 chevy k 1500 350 tbi it hesitates when trying to accelerate changed plugs wires cap and rotor it dose have aftermarket tbi and performance intake it dose it hot or cold thanks


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