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1995 gmc sierra 1500 305 cu. starts but stalls after warm and upon acceleration

The engine starts, but after warm chugs and sputters then stalls out when accelerating. then hard to start after that. must put pedal to floor to start, should'nt have to do this with a throttle body..

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Have you checked fuel pressure when the engine is cold and when it is warmed up ?
Is the check engine light on ?

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