Question about Ford F-250
Check your spark plugs, sparkplug wires( check for cracks or burns) and your cap & rotor(the round piece that the plug wires go into). In your cap look for corrosion build up on the metal contact points. Theres also a rotor (the thing in the center of the cap) to check for wear and corrosion. Those things are easy and usually inexpensive to replace and are generally considered maintenece on older vehicles. If that doesn't work then your timing is probably off. Leave THAT to a mechanic.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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