Question about 1989 Ford Bronco II
First off check your inline fuel filter. If its clogged or restricted you wont get fuel to the injectors with enough pressure. pressure will atomize the fuel out of the injector. email if you want detailed info just email me and ill respond.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
Well, if you can drain the fuel out and put fresh gas in, I'd say if it sat over a year or two. If it only sat a few months, it probably is not too bad, unless the cap was off and the fuel door was open. If that is the case, get a gas line dryer, to get water out. If you put in just a plain old additive, that may not help. You should try a good fuel injector cleaner, like Lucas brand. Try a little (but time consuming) trick. After you put in the fuel cleaner, turn the ignition on, with no stereo, or fans or anything. You should hear a little rumble type noise coming from towards the back. This should be the fuel pump, and it should shut off after a couple seconds. Turn the key off, without trying to start it. Turn it back on, and off. Find something to do for half an hour to hour, then come back and on and off it a couple times. Do this for a day or 2, this will circulate fresh cleaner through the injectors. Then try to start it.
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