Question about 1983 Ford F150
This could be a plethera of differant problems, from injection to feul filter, to fuel pump, to a vacum problem. when it comes to something this broad it is best to start with an inspection, or ask the dealer if there is a way to read the "codes" some vehicals have a "combination of activities" such as ignition turned twice wait 5 sec and repeat or various others to reveal trouble codes. if this is not possable i would suggest replacing the fuel filter. it is easy, cost effective, and could probably use a change anyways if not done lately. if this does not fix the problem then I suggest a trustworthy shop take a look at it
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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