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No throttle response

I have a 2001 Ford escape with the 3.0 and I have been having the same problem for about three months now. I've changed an ignition coil because my check engine light said cylinder 5 miss fire i checked the spark plug and it was gaped right so i changed the coil. Nothing happened, it idles rougher than hell and when i try to give it gas it dies almost immediately. Please help!

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    take it in for a full daignostic.

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Sounds to me that you have a vacume leak at inlet manifold

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

  • jamie sturm May 05, 2011

    probably a faulty or going bad crank shaft positon sensor or cam postion sen they both affect when the spark is fired when bad rough starts no starts poor idle ect

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