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1986 FOR BRONCO II v-6 ENGINE 4 WHEEL DRIVE AUTOMATIC 2.9 LITER

STARTS UP FINE, ITILES OK, BUT WHEN YOU START OUT IT BEGINS TO
TO BOG DOWN, LIKE ITS NOT GETTING ENOUGH GAS. WHEN YOU PUT IOT IN NEUTRAL AND PUSH ******* THE GAS, IT WILL STRAIGHTEN OUT, BUT AS SOON AS IT GOES BACK INTO DRIVE IT STARTS AGAIN. WE HAVE USED FUEL INJECTOR CLEANER, REPLACED FUEL FILTER, PLUGS. NEW REBUILT TRANS.
PLEASE HELP!

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LOCATE EGR VALVE,, BELOW HOUSING, THIER ARE OPENINGS GENTLY, USING FINGER, INSERT IN OPENING, PUSHUP ON DIAGHRAM, WHEN YOU RELEASE FINGER IT SHOULD RESEAT AND SEAL,LISTEN TO ENGINE OPERATERTION FOR VARIATION TO IDLE, YOU HAVE JUST CHECKED TO MAKE SURE DIAGHRAM IS NOT BAD, NEXT CHECK VACMN TO VALVE,AND CONDITION OF HOSE.

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