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89 Bronco starts bucking after a short shut down(like stopping at a gas station). When you restart and take off it will buck evry time it starts to pull. If it sits for a couple of hours it seems to be ok. Dont know what to do.

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I had an 85 Bronco II that started bucking sometimes when I shifted into drive or reverse right be for the rear driveshaft went bad.

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