My '95 Bronco is losing power after it gets to normal operating temperature. 5.8 with 42k miles, all original. It has been garaged kept, and not a daily driver. The most recent work I have done was, replace the fuel pump with motorcraft replacement. This was about a year ago. Truck was running fine after. It has been sitting in the garage with a battery tender since. I have occasionally started the truck while cleaning it. I haven't been driving it because I am trying to get the time to look for a small freon leak. Can't stand driving in the south Florida heat without ac. Yesterday I pulled out the truck for a drive in cooler weather. When I left the drive, I had full power. I went to get some rec 90 fuel locally, about 10 blocks away. When fueling I noticed the abs light was on. Went home to look for obvious things. I had at one time disconnected the break reservoir electrical connection. This was because of a repair ford had been sending me regarding possible fire due to a short that could be caused. Ford wanted to install a fuse. When I got back home, I turned off the truck and restarted it. ABS light was off and, stayed off. Was excited to take it up on the highway and run her for a bit. This is when my issues began. I got far enough from home to get on the gas. The truck started bucking like it had no power. Note that when I first left the house with the truck cool, I did smoke the tires off the line. The truck was running strong then. I picked up a new motorcraft fuel filter last night because it seemed like it was starving for fuel. I would be a quick install and not expensive. Installed the filter this morning and left for a drive. Had full power for a mile and a half, then the same shit. I came home and checked for anything obvious under the hood, naada. Came inside to check a couple of forums. this took me about 30 minutes. Went back to truck and started to go for a short drive. Before I left I held the brake and put the pedal down. Smoked the tires on my concrete driveway. When I hit the road, i had the same issue in about 1/2 mile. The loss of power only happens after warm up to full operating temps. I am looking for the next best place to start looking. This condition came out of nowhere. Nothing had been done to the vehicle. This truck is so fresh, it still has the original gray painted hoses. Any ideas from anyone would be helpful.