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While driving at a normal pace the vehicle runs good upon accelerating slightly the vehicle shutters you give it a little more gas and it runs fine

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I would start looking at the fuel filter since this is happening under acceleration and at road speeds. Could possibly be a misfire to but i would need more info on what and when it does it.

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