Question about Ford Laser
Buying a 89 laser, the seller says the engines stops around 5 mins. I can norrow it it down to a few problems but up for other sugeestions, the problem that I thought it could be are fuel pump, oil pump, ditributor cap-leads-spark plugs or the, how gease, mentle block on the name of it, but it's on the belt and charges up the battery. Any other thoughts
Check to see if it is a crankshaft sensor if applicable to this model.if not check to see if it is an electronic distrubutor.
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