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Will start only with accelator to floor.Put in gear,it dies.

1998 explorer 4wd 6cyl.will start with accelorator to floor,but when i put it in gear,it dies.will not start at all without accel..to floor.tries really hard to start,but,acts like it's flooded.when you can finally get it started,it runs really rough.PLEASE help.Shirley

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Replace fuel filter.have idle speed control checked and scan it to check the egr valve.make sure it not stuck open.

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