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Bakkie ford bantam is missing or jerking when it is cold in the morning it is not to bad but when the heat gage goes to normal it starts to miss at about 3000 rpm

I don't now what to try I just bought the bakkie I now that the previest owner worked on the bakkie and they replaced the head but I am not sure

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Could try running some injector cleaner with premium gas

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