Question about 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
2WD SPORT TRAC WHEN I SLOW TO A STOP IT FEEL LIKE TRYING TO STOP A MANUAL TRANS IN FIRST GEAR WITHOUT ENGAGING CLUTH.WITH THE OVERDRIVE ON,THEN WHEN I RESTART IT ,IT MAY NOT MOVE UNTIL 1 OR 2 TRYS.
Sounds like you may have an Idle air control valve going bad. It is a round shiny chrome cylinder with an aluminum mounting block. It should be located somewhere close to where the air inlet tube meets the throttle body just behind the throttle body. My advice would be to carry a small hammer or wrench with you and when you start experiencing the problem lightly tap on the chrome part. If your problem corrects itself then you need a new Idle air control valve.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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