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Combustion? I have a 1996 FORD EXPLORER 4 DR. WAGON/SPORT UTILITY 5.0L V8 FI 16V REAR WHEEL DRIVE. When going 65 and above for extended amounts of time (30 min +), the engine loses horse power. It starts to bog out and I have to turn the engine off completely and remove the keys for at least 15 minutes for it to run normal again. And depending how long I leave it dictates how far I am able to go. It seems when it starts having these problems, I push the accelerator and it wants to go but immediately misses or backfires or boggs out. BUT DOESN'T STALL. I have replaced all the o2 sensors, wires, plugs, filters etc. Upon the last diagnostic I ran, it said random misfires. and left and right bank sensors were out. Here is a list that the mechanic replaced; Air filter; Fuel filter; Pcv Valve; Fuel System Kit; Ignition Coil; Fuel Filter; Tech noticed real dirty gas in the gas tank with a lot of debris. Still need a solution for this problem.

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  • agg_value Feb 13, 2009

    No overheating, no.

  • Captain Jake May 11, 2010

    is it overheating at all?


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I didn't see where you mentioned the MAF, or mass airflow sensor, my Volkswagon had the same problem. If I drove for more than 30min, the engine would basically bog, and sputter until basically you couldn't go but a few mph. Then you sit and wait maybe 20 min, and it ran fine for another 30min. Almost posotive!!!

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SOURCE: Engine seems to bog out and lose hp

YOU MAY HAVE CATALYTIC CONVERTERS GONING BAD HAVE THEM TESTED

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