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My 1978 ford bronco dies and doesnt want to restart. The motor has 2000 miles on it. It has a new electric fuel pump,coil distributor, cap,rotor, wires, plugs. it does the same exact thing with 2 diferant ignition moduals. Ive jumped 12vdc stait to run. sometimes it will run for 5min and sometimes for an hour. it seams to always die at a low rpm. pleas help im frustated.

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Float could be stuck, if it's carbureted or gasket under carb could be loose. Tighten and also put new filter in it. Could be bad injectors, if it's EFI which I doubt knowing the year. Could be choke setting wrong. I like manual choke myself. Try starting it with something holding choke open like a screwdriver handle. Something not too flammable.

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