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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Only make right turns! Only kidding! Have you hit a bump lately? Ford uses an Inertia switch to cut off fuel flow when triggered.Have that checked and reset.
Posted on May 31, 2009
possible fuel pump. Try spraying starting fluid into breather while someone is cranking engine. if vehicle tries to run it is fuel problem. If not it could be an electrical componet overheating and cooling and restarting. Coils, relays, ecm.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
ECM (Engine Control Module) is the old name to the new PCM
(Powertrain Control Module) denomination; this unit performs many functions on your car. The module accepts information from various engine sensors and computes the required fuel flow rate necessary to maintain the correct amount of air/fuel ratio throughout the entire engine operational range.
Based on the information that is received and programmed into the PCM's memory, the PCM generates output signals to control relays, actuators and solenoids.
The module is mounted under the hood on the firewall. On 493-94 models, it is mounted low on the firewall, near the left-hand fender (drivers side). On 495-99 models, it is mounted high on the firewall offset to the right-hand side of center.
Exploded view of the firewall PCM mounting for 493-94 models
Exploded view of the firewall PCM mounting for 495-99 models
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Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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