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How to stop 4.3 TBI from flooding?

(1992 Chevrolet S10 Blazer)
in Statesboro, GA on August 09, 2011
4.3 TBI s10 runs very rich. Changed O2 fp-regulator and TPS. EGR is good. Ideas?
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