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87 ford bronco

Ok i have an acceleration problem when i take off my truck is sluggish and hesitates a little but when im at speed i can stomp it and take off like nothing any ideas what this could be?

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HOW THE STARTING ? CAN YOU TAKE YOUR KEY OUT WITH IT RUNNING? SIMES LIKE ITS OUT OF TIMING? maby your ignition switch!

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Try replacing plugs wires cap rotor fuel filter air filter basically give it a good tune up

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I had a similar issue with my 88 XLT w/351w. It was the beginning of a problem with my MAPP sensor. After a wjile I could hardly keep the truck running at all. I changed the MAPP sensor and made sure the timing was still on and now it runs fine.

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