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1984 Ford Bronco, engine problems

I can fire it up without priming the carb but when i start it, it will shoot flames out out carb, would that be a timing problem, i just replaced a bad fuel pump.

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Yeh, I would say it's out of time. After you time it, and it still does it, check for a bent or broken push rod.

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