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1991 Ford Bronco Stalls when put in drive

1991 Ford Bronco Stalls when put in drive, replaced fuel pump and filter same problem?

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Could be torque convertor valve or sticking valve in transmition, best get mechanic to check it out

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Ye i agree with jim rgc get a perfesional to take a look but it could be you shift sensor i haven a 91 4x4 and the same thing happend to me or needs new trans filter

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Check the Fuel Pump and Filter. a Even Patially Clogged Fuel Filter will cause the Dead Problem Stated Above. Let Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!me Know!

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