Q: Stalling accelerating idling rough

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When I’m driving my car and press on the gas pedal to accelerate it feels like it’s losing all energy and almost stops, but then it starts going again. The car almost stalls. If I press the gas pedal all the way down it will idle rough. My exhaust system has a sizable leak, but not sure if it would cause the stalling and rough idling. My fuel pump is 6 months old, and I rebuilt the carburetor 6 months ago, too. Do you have any idea what the problem might be?

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