Question about Ford Bronco
Usually that is caused by either the Throttle Body Position Sensor (TPS) or a fuel issue. I would replce the sensor which shouldn't cost much at the store, and if that doesn't work (it should) I would look into your fuel pressure regulator.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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