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Hesitation It started occuring while going up hills on the interstat, it almost felt like the transmission slipping. But, now it's gottne where it will occur on a flat road at low RPM. Someone suggested the fuel filter was clogged, but I can't even find the thing to replace it. Does anyone know if it's near the gas tank?

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Follow gas lines from fuel pump, you will come to the coke can shapped filter in the left hand side of the under body.

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