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Hesitation at speeds over 50 mph

Truck run fine below 50 but after that it hesitates bad.I have change the plugs,air filter,gas filter and wires are newer


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check your fuel pressure while driving, run the gauge up to the windshield and tape it on the outside
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Might sound stupid but check your pcv valve and the hose... Mine popped out and it ran like absolute dog **** sputtering above 50
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It ended up being a bad plug wire.Thanks
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