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Seems to be chugging.....like it isn't getting enough gas. thought maybe had some water in gas....so added heat.....seemed to help. But still seems to chug and rpms go up to 4.5 before shifting..... Gas filter?? or gas pump??

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Change filter first, its cheaper and easier. But from what Ive been hearing this ethenol gas is the culprit for all these fuel issues in cars. Especially in '98 and older. Unfortunately you will most likely have to change the pump too. Hope this helps and if you change both try to stay away from ethenol.

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