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Why would a automatic Ford Bronco XLT buck at low speeds?


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2007-01-14 21:11:34
2007-01-14 21:11:34

1986 Ford Bronco V8 302 EFI's have two fuel filters, one which is mounted near the rear of the transmission and the second one which is to the front mounted on the frame. The one which is mounted to near the back has a filter which looks like a old style round air filter approx. size is 2"X2" tall. ==New Answer Headline== An XLT at low speeds can also "buck" because of: 1)failing u-joints; 2)4x4 gears slipping/engaging; 3)clutch/gears slipping or sticking in transmission

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