Question about 1989 Ford Aerostar Cargo
Engine will cut off/turn off while running when it gets warm and after it cools down it will start.
If temp is > 70 degees the van will not start.
Have replaced TFI module , Engine Collent Sensor, And Air Temp Sensor. New Plugs, Dist Cap and Rotor. GOOD spark at the coil and distributor. Fuel pump pressure >35 lbs???
what am I missing.
AM temp 55 car started but stalled out after starting. Attempted to restart and did not hear fuel pump. Tried again and then fuel pump kicked in. Checking fuel pump inertial switch and fuel pump electrical supply.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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