Question about 2002 Ford Taurus
Car would not restart. Had towed to shop. Coming home from vacation. Shop replaced fuel pump and by-passed the fuel delivery module. Told to have it replaced ASAP. Drove aprox. 20 miles- car started lurging and would not go over 40 MPH. Stopped at another shop along the way. They replaced the fuel delivery module and away we went. Once it missed but continued on. Aprox. 20-30 miles down the road it would not go about 45 MPH and looking at fuel consumption used almost 1/2 tank of fuel. Turned around--limped on back to shop and they can't find the problem? Any suggestions? Took car to Ford dealership this AM.
It could mean that you have a leak and the proper amount of fuel isn't getting to the engine.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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