Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
I drive approx 5-7 miles city driving each day, and from one to three times each day, usually when accelerating from a stop, the engine cuts out(stops) for around a half second or so, then it's running again completely normal. Three of those times in the last few weeks it died, but started back up without hesitation. When the half-second events occur there's no indication of a problem in the dashboard display, and there are no error codes showing in the computer. When it happens it's not a miss or a sputter like when an engine's running badly, it's an abrupt shutdown like an ignition problem. I've already eliminated an ignition key problem, it still happens using my spare key.
Could be a little thing's, security system issue, fuel issue or a EGR or Throttle senser issue.
Posted on Mar 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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