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HI have a 1987 Ford Bronco 2 a 2.9L vehicle ideles normal when driving around 45 mph engines bogs down sputters then picks up. Also as go up incline engine looses power. I have changed distribitor, rotor button, plugs and wires, What's my next course of action?

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