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87 bronco runs good for several miles then sputters like its out of gas checked fule filter already any sugestions

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    I had this problem in my Bronco for a while and figure out that it was an old and loose belt. When it got going and warmed up the belt would loosen and it would start sputtering and die within about twenty minutes.

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Check the whole fuel delivery system. Check the injectors and the fuel pump. Also check the fuel lines to make sure they arent pinched or crimped.

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Hey there, well if its anything like mine(91 cressy) its pretty thirsty! but things worth checking(if u havnt already) are the engine timing, fuel filter, air filter, as they will make a huge differnce. still im getting 11L per 100 around town, and i dont exactly flog it. and about the octane, i realy wouldnt worry too much if its just the non turbo version, although sticking to 91octane or above is always a good idea. usually only costs a few extra dollars a tank for 98 octane here in Australia, so i think its worth it.

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Run a fule system cleaner through ur car it goe into the gas tanks lol make sure u do it one a full tank if u are able to drive it that much

then when the tank is empty replace your fule filter its on the passenger side of the car mounted on the fram under neith the car..

im thinkin this will solve the problem for sure

the reason u wanna run he cleaner through it first is cause the old fule filter will catch all the nasty **** that hasnt already cloged your fule filter in the first place then u can take it off and pop on a new one.. remember to change your fule filter every 12,000 miles most ppl have never changed the one that was on the car when they bought it.

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