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The car when hot or cold may stumble and/or die at a stop sign and it may also do it going 70 mph down the road. It will catch itself and start running.

My 96 thunderbird 4.6 when hot may just die at a stop sign, and then you may be going 70 down the road and it will just stumble and/or die and then it will catch itself and start running.

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This may be the early sign of a blown head or gasket. Check your coolant to make sure it doesn't have oil in it or appear to be oily. This is the first thing that I would check.

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