Question about 1988 Lincoln Continental
We replaced the fuel pump and filter checked all the lines. It starts and runs then starts acting like it is running out of gas. Any ideas or something I can check?
You have a faulty TPS (throttle position sensor). It controls the idling speed for all conditions i.e.cold, warm, AC on It's not uncommon for a TPS to work perfectly under one condition and fail under another for instance, it will idle fine when cold but once it warms up you need a foot on the gas to keep it running. Best of luck with your problem.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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