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1984 ford 2.8L stalls and runs rough when warm

I have a 1984 ford bronco ii with a 2.8 liter in it. When I got the truck all the emissions control were striped from the engine. I use it simply to "play" with in mud. I replaced the plugs and wires, dist. cap and rotor and still it hesitates bad and dies often when it is warm? I think maybe it is the fuel / air ratio.. anyone know how to adjust this or has anyone had a similar problem?

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  • andrew May 11, 2010

    is it injected or carbureted

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Check the idle control valve/solenoid by the throttle cable to see if its moving, if not I suspect that's your problem.

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