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Not starting all the time

Took 2005 Expedtion to dealer for problems with starting. It does when hot or cold and not all the time. It seems to back fire in Air box when it does not turn over. The Dealer replace injecters, New plugs, fuel filter also replaced. Carbon was cleaned from engine. Dealer says something is causing to much fuel being pumped in when the fail start happens. They tell me they don't know what is doing it. So I picked it and am Stumped now on what to do??

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If the dealer cant find the problem to a product they sell, makes me mad. They best find the 'something' that's causing it.
By the way, it's my understanding that if you take an automobile back for the same issue 3 or more times and the manufacturer can not repair the problem, lemon law? Get a new truck. Make it a Toyota ;)

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