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How to trouble shoot backfire on the carburetor, missfireing, and exaust backfire on a 1983 4x4 ford ranger 2.3L with a 1984 ford bronco engine 2.3L..

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SOUND LIKE YOUR TIMING BELT SLIPPED TIMING.

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