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Have you checked your fuel presure? Mine would do this when I had a leak in the fuel line at the pump inside the tank. As fuel demand starts to increase, the pump couldnt get enough fuel to the fuel rail and would start popping and missing. Put a fuel presure gauge on it and was fine at idle. As soon as you turn the key off, presure went to zero. Pinched the return line and still went to zero. Thought maybe a weak or bad pump. Dropped the tank and removed the pump and found the cracked hose. So umm yeah, check fuel presure
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