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Truck spits and sputters when warmed up

I have a 1990 F150 short box, reg cab, w/5.0L & 5spd......has just over 200,000km.....it runs fine when its cold, but as soon as it gets warm it starts to spit and sputter when I accelerate and sounds like there might be a cylinder down......please give any advice possible....

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    When I start driving cold or hot, when I depress the accelerator the engine spits and sputters.and loses power, even dies.

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Do a compression test

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