Question about 1988 Dodge Ram 50
Sounds like it's fuel starved. It will be TBI, there's another fuel filter bolted to the chassis, about mid way, drivers side (looks like a small metal can, with to hose fittings). Any fuel leaks anywhere, rusted out fuel or fuel return lines? Air starved? Replace your air filter. A bad coil will cause this too.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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