Question about 1986 Ford F 250
After reaching normal op. temp. engine becomes very sluggish at start almost like its vapor locking. can the timing be causing this? if so how bad is it off to cause this.
First thing you should do it take it to a Ford dealership and tell them of your lack of power concern. They have been known to have fuel pump problems, low fuel presure causing lack of power. There may be an extended coverage recall on your vehicle that you cover the replacement of the fuel pump.
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