Not sure if this is the correct forum for this post, but my father recommended that I use his account to seek advice on a problem I'm encountering. Right now I'm stranded with my girlfriend in Cedar City, Utah. We're trying to drive cross country to Saratoga Springs New York with most of our belongings in my 1987 325is. We were driving up UT-14E and it started to hesitate. I was in 4th gear around 3000 RPM's and it felt like it was in cruise control and couldn't maintain speed up the hill and would sort of hesitate. At first I thought the clutch was slipping. So I turned around and headed back down the mountain road into Cedar City. At one point I stepped on the gas and the car stalled. I tried to re-start it by turning the key but couldn't get it to start, so I jumped it in 3rd gear and got it going again. Towards the bottom of the hill I tried giving it gas again because I was really slowing down and it responded normally and drove fine. So after consulting with my father we've agreed it's some sort of fuel supply issue. Unfortunately I wasn't able to find a garage open on the weekend. So we're likely stuck here until Monday at the very least. Anyway, I'm hoping someone here could recommend a mechanic and/or give any advice on what might be going on here. The car is high mileage but well cared for. It's also extremely heavily laden; roof top carrier and full passenger compartment and truck. It's also pretty hot here right now and we were going up a 7% mountain grade, probably around 40mph when we started having issues. Thanks for any help at all and feel free to email me at email@example.com or calling at 415-238-4435. Thanks!