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I have a992 ford bronco with 5.8 engine. ihave stallin

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i have a992 ford bronco with 5.8 engine. ihave stallin problems. with it stalling it does this 1st thing in the am. i can go approx 2-3 blobks stop at intersection.when i try to continue the engine stalla like its out of gas. i let it it set for 5-10 m minutes the engine will start again. please help me?
ron ogino 530 845n7340
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Mike V. replied 1 year ago.

Hi there,

I would start by removing and cleaning the IAC. This is mounted to the throttle body. You can remove it, then clean the heck out of it with carb cleaner. Clean up the throttle body where it is bolted on as well and then put it all back together. If the pintal is sticking then the truck will want to stall at idle and usually it happens at certain temps.

I am sending along a diagram to help you locate it as well.

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