Question about 1988 Ford Bronco II
My 1988 ford bronco will not start without starting fluid after it has sat overnight. Once I spray it with starting fluid it will run fine the rest of the day. The other problem is its blowing alot of carbon out the exhaust. Temperature extremes don't have any effect on it's starting . Is this a fuel injection problem?
Try Running a Couple of Cans of B12 Chemtool through a Full tank of Gas one Can at a Time. I use this in ALL my Vehicles at every other Fill up and it keeps the Valves and Fuel System Clean all Year long. You can get this at your Auto Parts Store or Wal-Mart in Automotive. It will Clean up the Valves and Plugs and should Eat away that Carbon Build up. Could even Help with the Starting Problem also. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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