Question about 2003 Ford Taurus
When you pointed uphill the vehicle or downhill how much fuel do you have in the tank? If is low,surely one reason is the fuel capacity in the tank and it is not enough for the fuel pump pick up to reach.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Generally speaking when a car stalls out going uphill, a few things come to a mechanical mind.
1. Going uphill produces a strain on the engine and drive components, if you have the old points and coil type vehicle one could suspect a faulty ignition coil as the culprit.
2. A vehicle on an incline may be low on fuel and thus stalls on a hill because it is starving for fuel on this incline.
3. A faulty float inside the float bowl of your carburator may be the problem.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_it_mean_when_your_car_cuts_out_going_up_hill#ixzz1FHGcZ0xb
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