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Old 12-04-2011
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Icon4 88 4x4 has a 2.9l 5sp - problem running

Hey my name is Chris and I own two rangers my 88 4x4 has a 2.9l 5sp. And a 83 4x4 has 2.8l auto. The 88 is the truck that I need help with it runs for a few seconds and dies out when I give it gas I replaced the pressure pump and the map sensor and it still does the same thing so if anybody has any advice I'm open to suggestions.
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