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2001 windstar is cugging

When the van is running at a idle it running feally ruff and when u started movin it spits and spuders what would be causein it. the computer says its running to lean also what would i have to do to fix that.

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    Does this happen all the time or under certain conditions?

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Fuel pump?

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