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  1. readyinmetairie
    10-29-2012 09:14 AM - permalink
    I was wondering if you ever figured out the problem with your truck running better in cold weather and not so well in warm weather. I have a similar problem with my Bronco. Not exactly the same, but I figured you might be able to give me something to check out. Mine has NO power in hot weather, and as the weather gets cooler it runs better and better. This morning it was in the low 50s and the thing was running like a wild chicken.



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