89 Bronco. V-8 351 EFI with throttle body. Automatic tranny. As far as we know it is all stock except for 2" lift kit. Had this vehicle about 9 moths. It had been neglected. We had a lot of trouble with over heating, but have that solved with new fan shroud- they left it off after installing lift kit, and a new clutch fan. This vehicle was vapor locking when it overheated and we are now wondering if this new is part of the proble, also. Climbing a step grade in 4 low and moving along slow, the engine flooded. NO sputs no sputters until just moments before the engine killed. Blowing a good amount of black smoke while trying to restart. Smell of fuel obvious. Backed down to a more level area, and tried to restart. Got it to go enough to reverse a few feet, but it was running really rich (more black smoke). Let it stand for 30 mintues and it took right off and away we went with no more issues, but we did a 5 point turn around and went back downhill. Sorry if this has been discussed - I couldn't find it. Realatively new to Ford Broncos and at a loss - especially with EFI and throttle body, but it definetly seemed flodded! any ideas appreciated! Thanks My thoughts - junk in the tank? Weak fuel pump? Inertia switch too sensitive?