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Fuel flow or fuel filter problems

This 1987 ford bronco 2 has sat for a year,decent condition. While driving, or when I take offf it stutters and sometimes cuts off while driving. Also sometimes will not start. I need to know what the fuel filter looks like and where it's located. Can you show pictures

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The fuel filter is under driverside along frame were you feet would be itss a pain to get out but mine was filled with black dirty fuel i replaced it and no problems it had to be factory

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The fuel filter should look like a short soup can on the inside of the driver's side frame rail between the fuel tank and the engine. If a new filter does not fix your problem, have the fuel pressure checked, your fuel pump may have lost pressure and need to be replaced (fuel injected models).

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