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I have a 1994 f250 with a 7.3 powerstroke i just replaced both valve cover gaskets and all the wiring but at about 45 mph it starts dropping sped taking off is kinda jerky as well. no smoke coming out of exhaust so not sure where to look next.

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Sounds like fuel filter is stopped up. The fuel strainer in the tank could be stoppped up as well.

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