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Problems with 1989 nissan pulsar

This car had been sitting for a while, when I started driving it again it was running perfect, then after about a week i began to feel a slight hesitation in the motor, like it was cutting in and out. Then the problem progressed over the next few days until it got to a point where you could mash the accelerator to the floor and the car would just peter out and die. I could crank it back up and go a few hundred feet and it would do the same thing again. I replaced the fuel filter hoping that it was maby clogged. That didn't help. I'm afraid someone is going to tell me its the fuel pump, which will be a pain in the *** to replace. Also, the car got to where it does not want to idle right, it revs way up, to something like 4,000 rpms, then drops back to 300, it will do this several times before it dies. Any help is appreciated

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Have you tried changing the carburator

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