My 85 Ford 460 starts and runs for about 30 sec then stalls. I leave the key on and wait a few sec and it runs for another 30 sec. or so. I've replaced the fuel pump in the midship tank and I can hear the tank selector moving when I flip the switch. I've replaced fuel filter. Not sure what to do next.
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you can leave it unlocked,as the immobiliser will take care of any potential thief, as if you dont have the actual key,you cannot start the car.the key is coded to the actual car and can never be duplicated.as far as the alarm is concerned,try this,put the key into the drivers door and unlock/hold the key over for 30 secs,the windows will go down,then lock/hold the key over,the windows will go up.wait 30 secs,then press/hold the unlock button on the remote for 30 secs,you have just reset the immobiliser......
you need to reset the alarm/immobiliser system...put key in drivers door and unlock/hold key over,windows will go down,wait 30 secs.
then,lock/hold key over ,windows will go up,wait 30 secs then press/hold unlock button on remote to reset system.(if you have,nt got a remote,you will HAVE to buy one)and make sure you have newish batteries in remote.
you can buy a "superchip" for this car @volkstuning,goes like stink....
If fuel delivery isn't the issue then check fire. Fords of this era are famous for ignition modules acting goofy with heat. Works nice in the cold not so nice in the heat. Yes...like a Panda Bear. Change your module and you'll be off and running.
possible fuel pump. Try spraying starting fluid into breather while someone is cranking engine. if vehicle tries to run it is fuel problem. If not it could be an electrical componet overheating and cooling and restarting. Coils, relays, ecm.