Question about 1995 Ford Taurus
I started and warmed up my car...has to sit in gear waiting for traffic and drove about 6 mins down road...was stopped at a intersection ad was running fine and it just died...was able to restart it right away and it didnt act up the whole rest of the way home but worried it could be a bigger problem
If it doesn't di it again don't fret over it..you could have picked up a litlte water, or condensation from your fuel tank for that particualr moment...add some "HEET: to one tank of fuel but only once a year
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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