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    92 mightmax

    I have a 92 might max with 2.4 motor in it started spiting an spudering so I changed fuel filter drove it for a day an started the same thing again anyone have any ideas beside fuel pump plugs an wires less then a year old

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    Visually and physically feel every single vac line for cracks and splits. Use the diagram on the underhood label. Check the O2 sensor and air filter, too?
    Last edited by noahwins; 10-03-2015 at 12:15 PM.
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    Spray WD40 around inlet manifold gaskets, vac lines - anywhere suspect as noahwins has suggested. If you get a change in the way the engine runs - you found your issue.

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    Check your spark plugs for wetness and fouling.

    Also what kind of wheels are they?

    Can you show some more pics of them and your truck?

    Thanks man.
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