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
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A mechanic would check the injectors for voltage and for a ground signal from the computer. The injectors get power from the EEC relay near the battery. The ECM computer gets a signal for the coil and the injectors from the module mounted on the side of the distributor.
Did you check the battery or the ground wires why would put all that in the truck.the computer has to be the right one wow.goodluck parts chaser.you would have safed a lot of money taking it to a shop to diao it man wow ha.
Check for fuel pressure on the fuel rail while turning the key to start,if there is fuel pressure(enough)then the injectors are not pulsing(allowing fuel into the intake).The pick up coil in the distributor,will be the problem,unless it is distribuless ignition,then the cam sensor would be at fault.
Make sure it is getting gas; check the fuel filter and fuel pump and any fuel pump relays. If it is fuel injected make sure your getting current to the injectors and check the relay. You might also want to check the starter solenoid and your ignition wires, distributor, distributor cap, rotor, etc... You don't say if this problem occurred suddenly or if it's been an ongoing.