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1986 Bronco II, 6 cylinder. Finding gas mixed in oil. Will start, but has problems running. Power isn't what it should be. Main problem is gas in the oil. Where could this be coming from.

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    act as if it were out of gas, it will spirt and spudder when you try step on the gas, but not die. No power under any kind of load.

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From unburt fuel in the motor and exhaust. Completely sure thats it. had same problem. Make sure your engine is running hot and and normal operating tempurature. check over all your thermostate sensors. check to make sure actual thermostate is not stuck open. to much gas going through carburator. spark plug not getting efficent fire.

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  • j-real Aug 01, 2008

    Wiring Diagram

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