Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
Driving down the interstate, turned on the ac. Had a little stalling or lurching sensation then it died. I can start it but now it wont go.
If you were driving and then your car encountered stalling and then came to an ultimate halt because you had previously turned on your AC, this sounds like a very bad case of an ISC malfunction. Usually the engine stalls and in your case resulted in this and then complete failure. Here's more to this diagnostic explanation:
I hope this helps! Brad
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