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carbs and tfi never mix!!!

wildbill23c

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Southwestern Idaho
Vehicle Year
1987
Make / Model
Ford Ranger
Engine Type
2.9 V6
Transmission
Manual
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2WD
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Tire Size
215/70-R14
Ill keep that in mind, the holley comes with a manual and they sell an add on electric ill try it out and see how well it works, and if need be il go manual if i must.
It seemed like on my 84 Ranger when the electric choke did work, it never really worked right even after the shop adjusted it. I just unhooked it and removed it after getting fed up with the poor fuel economy when it would decide to not work. My Bronco 2 I just have the butterfly tied open and the choke assembly is sitting in my shop.
 


Lil-Pony

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right now it sounds like i have a faulty tfi module on my bronco, it stalls and wont start after its really warmed up, this is the third one in 3 years.
thanks for all yalls help so far, my friends saying that its my gas cap??? but im pretty sure its the tfi, any ways I can drive for ever on the high way but as soon as I get off it spotters and dies:annoyed:, and if I shut her down to do stuff, then start her back up she will sometimes die or un funny, like a loss in power big time then the rpms will dip sporadically, no matter how I deal with the gas pedal, till she stalls:annoyed:.
 

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