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2 things come to mind fuel filter and catalitic converter. One or both could be clogged.
Have someone push down on the gas petal while you feel how much exhaust is coming out the tail pipe.The farther they push down the more volume of exhaust you should feel.
I hope this helps you.
The fuel filter needs to be change every 30000 miles.

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