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I have a 1988 ford bronco it is ideling low when u give it gas and let off trucks idle goes all the way down and shuts off start it back up does same thing it kinda runs rough to

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I am assuming it is a carburated engine. Sounds like the accelerator pump is not pushing the extra fuel when required as the accelerator is depressed. Time to rebuild the carb. The kit will contain a new accelerator pump. Look for a tag on top of the card with numbers and letters on it. It will let the parts house you go to know what specific carb is on the vehicle so you can get the correct rebuild kit. Good luck.

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