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I have a 1984 ford f15o that has been sitting for 6 years. Truck was running before it was parked. What would I need to do to get it running again? Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
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It would be best to drain fuel out of tank as it has gone bad by now. replace fuel filter, carburetor may have to be rebuilt, are you wanting to just get running? or driving again? start with this may need to put plugs in it

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