Question about 1987 Ford Thunderbird
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.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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