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1987 ford 5.0 bronco stalls after warm wont restart till cool

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Faulty ingnition system (coil)

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SOURCE: I have a 1987 Ford Thunderbird that stalls while stopping after the car has warmed up to operating temperature

If someone has adjusted the idle speed or taken off vacuum lines check that first. If it was sudden I would say bad gas but it should do it when cold too. Its possible your fuel pump is failing when it starts to warm up. You might try a new fuel filter, if it is clogged it may overwork the fuelpump.

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SOURCE: engine stalls oh warm days

change the electronic ignition module.try this as well.go to an electronics parts place and get a can of cold spray.mg chemicals or equivalent. \spray the module the -60 temp will take the heat out and if it runs,that is the problem. the heatsink compound on the back of the module dries out and it overheats.heat sink compound MUST be used when it is replaced .it is a special high heat di electric silicone based compound...

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SOURCE: 86 ford f250 the truck wants to stall when warmed

I had a truck that acted similar and it turned out being the coil! It ran fine on idle but once it warmed up it missed and had trouble starting. Good Luck!!

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SOURCE: rear window on my 1987 ford bronco will not work

This has several possiblilitys, it could be the switch in the dash has gone out even if it does not work with the key in the tailgate. other possible item could be the window motor or a sensor that detects if the gate is up or down. check motor wires for power when the switch is activated by pulling off the panel on the tailgate, if it is getting power i would suggest replacing the motor. if not you may have to trace wires to the drivers side of the tail gate and find the sensor.i had to by pass mine a while ago. makes it much easier to clean the glass on the inside cause the window will roll up with the gate down.

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