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Clunking noise from under the truck. The truck

Clunking noise from under the truck. The truck acts like it is out of fuel and will not accelerate

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Hi: Sounds Like you could have a Clogged Fuel Filter, Which you can Locate under your Truck on the Right Hand Side. Along the Trucks Drivers Side Frame. Thats the 1st Thing I'd Replace.Its not Very Expensive. If you can Get your Truck to say a Autozone,They will run a Scanner on Your System and will Probally Direct you in the right Direction. Other Parts that Could Cause this is Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor, Fuel Pump Relayor Fuel Injector Pressor Regulator. So I Would Get that Scan Done This Can Save you Time, Money and Pin Point Where Your Problem Is Coming From,It Could Be a Electrical Problem As Well. I Hope I've Helped You to let me Know The Quality of Help I've Given You Please Vote and Send a Testamony To Me. Thank You: From The WYOCWBOY

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