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ok fellas, i thought i was over my fuel problems, but am apparently not. i changed out my 190 lph to another and that turned out to not be the problem. i drove for about 10 min. then it started acting fuel starved again. then i switched to an adjustable fuel pressure regulator, and the same situaton occured once again. this time i let it run for about 20 min. then i shut it off, when i let it cool of for a while, i came back, started it up, and i got the same results as last time.
any suggestions fellas???
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i'm starting to think that it might not be clogged, i think that it's an electrical failier. it feels like when the car gets to running temp. then something electrical cuts off the injectors. what does that sound like?
there is three sensors that i changed and it helped my car outair temp sensor aircharger sensor and water temp sending sensor they are all on the intakethe air charger i think is the most important chris
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