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Check engine light does not come on, no trouble codes. Idles rough and sometimes will start up and will die as soon as you let off the gas. If you feather the gas and get going problem will soon correct itself. Does this sound like a fuel filter problem

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Yes, very much so!!! The fuel filter is often overlooked. They should be changed every 20,000 miles, or less. I would check the air filter also. I changed one last week, that didn't look that old, and the gas coming out of it looked like milk, I did another one on an other, and the gas coming out of that one looked like black ink.

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