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help stumbling????

hey guys lately my truck has been bogging in lower rpms but then grabbing power at around 3000 rpm i replaced my cap and rotar but its still backfiring and it only does it sometimes tho i was thinking of a temp sensor but not to sure i have a 94 f150 4x4 302 v8 any help would be great thanks
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backfiring is usually a timing issue. Maybe it jumped a tooth



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ok and wats involved in fixing it? thanks for your help man
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ok and wats involved in fixing it? thanks for your help man
do you have a timing light?



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ok and wats involved in fixing it? thanks for your help man
a quick check would be remove dist cap,marklocation of rotor,move crank pulley useing wrench untill rotor moves and see useing timming marks how many deg.of free play you have.


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