@T_S_t I don't have a vacuum leak and my injectors are good. I feel like it's electrical. Because I can in plug the the alternator and it won't run ass bad!

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Asked by Nov 29, 2016 at 08:54 PM about the 1996 Ford F-150

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Could be and eletrical issue,but first check the injetor,s with a noid light,this will let you know if that is the issue or not,next would be check the coil amperage to make sure it hold,s the correct and same fire to each plug,last but not least would be check all wiring to and from coil and make sure you don,t have and bad wire,s including plug wire,s.

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