Question about Ford F-150
This may mean a number of things, it could be a bad distributor cap, rotor and wires, or the intake valve or valves are burnt. Buy a compression tester and test the cylinder compression they all should be no les than 100 psi or the the engine needs a valve job, especially if one is down to 50 psi and the rest are at 130 - 150 psi.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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