So I drove my car across the Florida peninsula last week for work; about 2 hours each way. I made it there without issue, but on the way back I stopped for gas. I exited the highway, slowed, and downshifted to third. When I tried to let out on the clutch and rev match by giving it some gas nothing happened. I was going slow enough now that I just let out on the clutch and tried to accelerate, but nothing. The car never died, but stumbled pretty bad. I was able to roll into the gas station and shut the car off. I filled up, then the car started just fine and drove the remaining 30 minutes home without issue. I did a little bit of research and found a TSB for the newer Mustangs with a similar issue. Seems to be either the fuel filter needs changed or the fuel pump. I will swap out the fuel filter this week since it's easy and I have no idea how old it is. Obviously I don't want to drive another 2 hours just to see if this issue is fixed, but I'm getting ready to drive the car from FL to CO next month and I need to make sure it's reliable. Is there a way to check the fuel pump? Does this sound just like a fuel filter issue? Something else?