Question about 1990 Ford Probe
Changed a fuel pump and fuel filter in my 1990 ford probe because was having problems getting fuel to the motor. It still is having problems. I thought the fuel pump wasn't cooling with return fuel but, now I'm stumped. If the car is cool it starts and runs for a few minutes. It seems as it warms up something shuts the fuel down. Then as it cools again it will start again. I'm wondering if anyone else has run into a problem like this and where the fuel pump realy is on a 1990 ford probe?
I realise timing is most important related to solving problem getting or keeping a vehicle running, but i just found this site looking for info myself. So if you've not resolved the issue i suggest changing the coil pack
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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