Question about 1989 Ford Bronco
I have a 302 with new distrubutor, cap, rotor, wires, coil, plugs, but after running it last friday and dies and had to jump it to start it the timing will not change when the distrubutor is moved which is causeing the truck to idle to low. also just found out only three of my fuel injectors where sparaying due to bad gas which oluged them up. need help only transportation
To set timing on these you have to disable the electronic timing control.The engine emmissions/tune label should explain how to do this.Change the fuel filter and replace injectors , be sure to change fuel tank and pump if a corroded/rusty tank is the reason for the injector plug issue. Just had one in shop that was a couple years newer but sat to long with a nearly empty tank and old fuel and original fuel filter that pluged every injector.Hope this helps some.
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