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Bronco looses power after warm up

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Hi

Check the seals.

regards savumihai71

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

  • Savu Mihai Dec 08, 2008

    Also the spark plug



    cheers savumihai71

  • Savu Mihai Dec 08, 2008

    Hi

    The engine is sealed by the seals,cilinder gasket and crankcase gasket.Hope this helps.

    best regards savumihai71




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