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1999 blazer chugs twice soon as you accelerate then goes away

I have 130,000 miles on this 1999 blazer vehicle, feels like it lacks gas (chugs twice) when I eccelerate. I have changed the tranny fluid thinking it might be that, also changed the fuel filter and ran some good fuel injector cleaner thru it. Now I'm thinking its a fuel pump because its still there.

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    it worked! No more chug. Thanks so much for your advice

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Use intake manifold cleaner to resistors in mas air flow sensor(will have to remove from air intake hose and take front screen off first)HAS THREE SMALL RESISTORS DONT DAMAGE THEM

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