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Originally Posted by PrimeMvr View Post
Sounds like your voltage regulator is shot. That can fry your list of items and definitely cause the tach behavior. It may have cooked a fuel pump or is playing havoc with them causing your stumbling.

I replaced mine this spring and it's about an hour job.
+1. It's not a huge difficult job to replace it. Next time you start her up (for 10 seconds run time or whatever), slap a volt meter on the battery terminals and see what the voltage is doing. Might point you in some direction. Also, make sure the single fuse that protects both pumps is clean and well seated.
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