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1991 ford explorer

If it were the fuel pump wouldn't that problem be more at full throttle then half throttle I just purchased this truck and really don't know any history bought at a repo action it looks like the throttle position sensor was just replaced

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Before you get into any real big expense look into the frame on the drivers side of the door that is where the fuel filter is located also look under the hood and check out the fuel pump relay the lid on the fuse box should tell you which one it is also go to Walmart and get a bottle of STP gas treatment because you have water in the gas as well

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