Question about 1989 Ford Bronco II

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Truck will not go over 50 miles per hour

Idles fine but is spitting and sputtering when you try to get up to speed

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Hey Bud

When this happened to me my bronco just needed a throttle position sensor. They are usually 50 to 70 bucks depending what part shop you use. It is a little plastic part on the side of the intake manifold. If that does not solve the whole problem, also try a fuel pressure regulator.

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It could possibly be the fuel pressure regulator is clog somehow. Does it smell like it is flooding?

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