Question about 1988 Ford F 150
Check your starter solenoid, its located on the fenderwell, easy way to do it is put ignition switch in start position use a jumper wire and connect the two large terminals, if it starts quickly remove the jumper, then replace the starter solenoid, if nothing happens replace the ignition module.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like its flooding(excess fuel)Try squeezing the main fuel line enough to allow enough fuel through for engine to run smoothly if that improves running of engine either fuel pump needs replacement or pressure relief valve has failed or has no vacuum to activate it.Dirty or failing injectors can also cause your problem,try putting a can/bottle of injector cleaner in fuel tank to see if it improves running of engine.Air flow meter can also be an issue.A few potential reasons foryour problem and too hard to lock it down to a single cause without the vehicle being in front of me to do the appropriate tests so have just provided the basic causes and hope your able to take it from here and solve the problem.Good luck
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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