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After i drive the truck for a while the engine will stutter and act like its running out ou gas but its full it has had both fuel pumps replaced it has a efi 5.0 from 91 cobra mustang in it

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Have you replaced the fuel filter, plugs and wires? Have you had the injectors flushed?

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