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CAR WONT STAY RUNNING

JUST CHANGED 02 CENSORS AND NOW MY CAR WONT STAY RUNNING NEVER HAD THIS PROBLEM BERFOR CAR RAN JUST FINE PRIOR TO CHANGING CENSORS ANY SUGGESTIONS I CAN ALSO HEAR THE FUEL PUMP KICK ON

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Sounds like vacum leak on back of intake if it is a 2.o split port motor there is a elbow that fails look close at back of motor it is a 10 dollar part here is the part number from ford YS4Z-6A614-BA connector let me know if it fixes it

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Disconnect the battery cable for about an hour to restart the engine computer. It will then need to relearn your car's operating paramters again. Once the strategy is relearned, it should be ok.

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