Was driving with the Bronco and suddenly started to burp on the verge of stalling. Especially when i gear up. I have all the spark plugs and cap/rotor checked so the mechanic said it was on the fuel path. The fuel filter was clogged and the pump under the driver's seat was whiny so i decided to change it. Now it still does it a little bit and the new pump is still whiny. Could it be the tank fuel pump? I do long distances and i don't want to take a chance it happens mid-road. Thanks
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I knows this sounds crazy , but go to you tube and querie " sea foam challenges". I have been using sea- foam on very hard working engines for many years, and this stuff works better than anything I've tried Follow what you see them do, it's alot cheaper than putting it in the shop and I bet you will see a vast improvement
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