Having problems with your Ford Bronco ?

Hi, i drive a 1985 ford Bronco. It has a carburated motor. I noticed lately that it wont keep an idle. When im not driving or revving the engine, it slows down to a sputter and dies on me. I bought carb cleaner for it and sprayed some down the valve by the air filter. Once i turned the car on shortly after doing that, it seemed to have CHOKED the car out or something. It wont start AT ALL now!!!!! :( Did i break it? What's the deal???

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-12-2018

Answers :

Naw,you did not break it,it may have flooded it out.The carburetor most likely is flooding already,and the carb.cleaner just helped it stall the rest of the way.Hold the accelerator to the floor,and turn it over until it starts,continue to hold the pedal to the floor,do not let up until the r p ms get about 2500 r p m`s.Then see if it will run.The carburetor most likely needs rebuilding.Have someone rebuild it that is good at it.Carburetors are to expensive to purchase now days,so if it can be rebuilt,this would be your best bet.
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