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My car won't stay on when the road is wet

Been there. It could be several things but the way I find problems like this is to take a spray bottle of water and start spraying wires and connections until the engine dies. That will pretty well pin point where the problem is. I've found its usually a connection that isn't sealed up anymore. But also found a coil jumping spark when it got wet.

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Will start but not stay running. maybe fuel pump

Yes the pump could have failed. If it did you would not normally get any codes.

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My camaro 6 cyl will hesitate when i am driving like it bucks my gauges stay the same almost feels like it is not getting gas then it does. I have changed my air filter. Tps and put in a new fuel fliter...

This sounds like a loose wire to the ignition coil. Check the wiring there Should be two plugs that plug on to the coil see if they still fit tight, check the wires in the plugs on the coil.

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I have a 2000 Mercury Cougar and the gauge inside tells me that the engine is over heating, no heat is coming from the heater when I turn it on, the fan for the engine is running at full blast, the engine...


The overheating and lack of cabin heat both point to a failed engine thermostat which would be stuck closed. At the warm up stage, the coolant stays in the engine block to bring the engine to efficient operating temperature, then it opens and circulates the coolant through the radiator and heat core. If the thermostat is stuck closed, the engine will overheat, and coolant will never reach the heater core, and you will not get cabin heat.

Blinking oil light at idle which goes away during driving could be a low oil level, but may also be a drop in oil pressue. You could have a clogged oil fliter (at best) pickup tube, or a failing oil pump.

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bad computer. had the same problem sent mine to auto computer exchange in Davie Fl. they reprogramed it . The problem is gone.

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Fuel Filter

Yes the fuel filter has dirt blockagewhich does not allow free flow of fuel, the engine will stop.

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oil sending unit is by the oil fliter and the fuel fliter is under the car driver rearor mid way of the car on driver side

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Ford pickup loss of power

did you run a fuel cleaner?

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