after i start my 88 bronco 2 and drive it for a short ways it starts to spudder and lose power. l pulled the plugs and they or loaded down with gas like it is flooded

Asked by Sep 03, 2014 at 07:06 AM about the 1988 Ford Bronco II

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Fuel pressure regulator pops up first, these fail quite a bit. Pull off the vacuum line on top of the regulator, turn on the key, if fuel squirts out the port on the regulator then it is for sure bad, if fuel does not come then run a fuel pressure test, it might be stuck open and giving you full pressure. The other thing could be the TFI module but when they go bad the engine just quits running, no sputtering. HTH

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