I have a 1990 Ford Bronco with 126,000 actual miles. Recenlty overhauled engine. New fuel pump, filter etc. For a while now, even before the overhaul, the truck was difficult to start at times. Always difficult when the engine is cold, sometimes difficult when engine is warm. Think I may place excessive wear on my starter if I do not correct this problem.
Hard Starting on 1990 Ford Bronco
by Visitor in Paris, TX on February 18, 2011
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ANSWER by DaveJHM on February 18, 2011
Hard starting is due to either fuel pressure issues or an air intake issue. Could be a lack of spark too. If an air intake issue - is the engine getting too much or not enough air?
COMMENT by Sgt158 on February 19, 2011
Thanks. I pulled the vacuum line loose and it has fuel dripping from it. I guess that is the likely culprit.
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