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Old 10-20-2010, 08:54 PM   #1
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'88 Fox rough Idle and stall.

My fox started acting up. It ran fine for the month I've owned it. then last week the car started Idling rough to the point it stalls. Now It won't run at all It fires up then stumbles and stalls within a few seconds. When I give it gas it bogs out and stalls. (like a fuel filter) I can "blipp" the throttle and keep it running about 20 seconds.

I've got Spark
I can blow air thru the Fuel filter easily.
The fuel pressure at the Air / Fuel box is 120 working pressure and 60 holding pressure. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.
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