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Motor was working well but now boggs down at 4th RPM ,like not getting Gas ,so I changed gas filter and still the same

Running below 4 th RPM ok but boggs and no power over that RPM

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It is probably a TPS, fuel Pressure regulator. Check engine codes.

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