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Could be a number of things. Fuel filter could be clogged, fuel pump could be bad. Try replacing the fuel filter first, it is inexpensive and if problem persists check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail. Pressure port looks like air valve on your tires. A strong, steady flow of fuel should be present. Let me know

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