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Icon8 how do i troubleshoot carburetor backfire, exaust backfire, and acceleration issues

i have a 1983 ford ranger 4x4.. the engine is from a 1984 ford bronco 2.3L.. my carburetor has been rebuilt about 9 months ago.. recently it has been backfireing along with the exaust.. i can't accelerate properly aswell.. i need assistance..
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sounds like you need to tune it
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vacuum leaks and/or timing is off. maybe some plugs and wires. Basically a tune up man.
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