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1989 Ford Bronco, Fuel injected.

Vehicle was running fine and while driving it killed. Happened before and I let sit for a week and it started right up and was able to drive for months with no problem. Same problem just occured and it will start sometimes but kill immediately after, any suggestion?

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Try checking these things out:
chec the wire connections at the distributor, coil, altenator
check your fuel pressure
check for vacuum leaks on all lines and at the throttle body and the intake manifold
also check your distributor cap to see if it has a crack in it

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