Question about 2001 Ford Crown Victoria
This problem began Monday of this past week (9/22). Engine began to misfire while driving in town. Also experienced engine almost stalling out, then as if recovering itself, would act as if accelerator pressed down (it was not.) Then, Thurs. afternoon, car stalled out while at stop light. Was able to start it back up in normally in about ten minutes. Immediately after stallout, engine was trying to turn over, but would not; acted like older cars used to when "flooded." New fuel filter was installed, did not correct problem. Friday, mechanic replaced crankshaft sensor, did not correct problem. Today, car's computer was changed, and that did not fix it,either. So far, I have stumped the local mechanic, and I have been carless for two days. HELP!!! Sue
You need a new mechanic. your mechanic should be able to troubleshoot your vehicle and not just replace parts. did he give you a redit for not fixing the problem
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Has the tps (throttle position sensor) been replaced
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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