Question about 1983 Ford Bronco
This is a common occurance in Fords of the 80's vintage. The problem is your ignition control module is bad, and they were the same for pretty much all the engines for the years from 77 through the late 80's. I used the one off my 2.3 liter 81 Mustang, to fix the same problem on my '77 E375 460 cubic inch V-8.
If you don't eventually change it, it will go completely out and you won't be able to run at all. It's a really easy fix once you know what the problem is, but, I had to wait until the ignition module went out completely.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
Sounds like it is vaporlocking.check the routing of the fuel line and filter.make sure they are away from your exhaust manifold
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
You might have a fuel problem check your fuel pump and fuel filter
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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