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Many possible problems. If you are sure it is flooding, leaky fuel injector(s) or bad fuel pressure regulator are likely. Connect a pressure gauge to fuel line and check pressure with key on, engine off, and then while running. Other possibles are bad EGR, IAC, coolant temp sensor, O2 sensor, plugged CAT or muffler.

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