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Gas would do it all the time.Fuel filter may be stopping the flow of gas causing a misfire. It sounds water in gas but just at High RPMs like it is vapor locking (not getting the right amount of fuel). would change the Gas filter, Air filter, (gas Treatment to remove any water like Sta-Bil ).If it goes away your lucky. But it looks like a fuel pump is getting weak.
Try all the prior suggestions, but before you throw the towel the computer itself tends to go bad on these trucks... a the prob with that is the issues/problems caused by this can and will vary and change depending on a numerous things from input being received via sensors or even the humidity outside...
Gas guages are not reliable, if it acts like it is dying in the area you stated, you are probably out of gas. Don't let it get to that point. Always try to make sure you have at least 1/4 tank according to the guage.
Sounds like a bad fuel pump, that's exactly how they act when they die.
It's usualy inside the gas tank so it's a dealership type of repair, you got to pull the tank, and sinc you filled it, it's eithe got to be drained, or use a transmission lift to get it out, NOT a home job unless you've done it before and own a hydraulic lift