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1989 ford bronco with a 351 wont start after sitting for one year has spark and fuel and turns over good just wont go?

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Try starting fluid, If it starts then won't keep running the fuel has gone bad. If that doesn't work sell it to me for cheap !!!!

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Change the fuel ,its stale and the micro organisms have decomposed it

Posted on May 11, 2010

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    replace fuel injectors and spark plugs just because it has spark doesnt mean its enough spark to get it going

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