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1989 Ford Bronco II Base 2D Utility

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February 25, 2013, 7:14 pm

Cynthia G
 

Question: dont know whats wrong

car wontaccelerate miss smells like gas have replaced fuel pump map sensor throttle position sensor oxygen sensor catalittic convertor . car has sat for two years cleaned out fuel system and tank.


February 25, 2013, 9:29 pm

Ron W
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Sounds like it is running rich, but without seeing the vehicle, I can't say why.

If it has sat for two years, it may have leaky injectors, a weak ignition system or a defective sensor (s) causing the issue.

You are going to need a shop to look at it.


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March 6, 2013, 3:07 am

Cynthia G
 

am still having same problem have now replaced the air idle control the speed sensor the air temp sensor is better but it hits a point when it starts to warm up and it gets worse it miss and back pops will run better with the map unplugged .


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