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1989 f250 lost all power driving down the road.

I could barely drive it back home ,it would not go over 25 miles an hour.i tuned it up even put on a new cataletic cnverter,vacume hoses ,spark plugs & wires,distrubitor cap & rotor.it still has no power & idles very rough.

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    You need to do a compression check on the engine cylinders. One or more is missing so bad that it is being a power drag on the engine.

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