• Well, you didn't say what it's doing that isn't normal. But, some other possibilities: Pick-up coil, oxygen sensor, fuel filter, and adding a bottle of dry gas to a full tank of gasoline. Given the time of year, this is probably what you should try first. After adding the dry gas drive around for about half an hour to see if it's improving. If not, move on to other things.
  • All you have to do is take your pickup down to a Auto-zone or your local parts store, they can check the code that is stored your computer causing your check engine light to be on, most of them will do it for free, hoping that once you find out what it is you'll buy part from them, give that a try!

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