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My 07 ford edge has 145000 miles and it was running be for it shut down it was missing and idle up and down didn't won't to pick up any speed and then it just shut off turn over won't start

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Does it have a distributor, or a coil pack connected to the spark plug wires ... or is it a diesel engine?

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SOURCE: 2001 ford explorer sport trac

check for any vacum hoses have come off u may need to cleat the the throttle body out it could have a build up check connecton on idle speed valve or it could need replacing stay away from high blends of ethonol fuel causes alot of problems here in australia

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SOURCE: runs about thirty miles then acts like flooded or exhaust plugged

try checking your cadlist convert on your exhusted

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SOURCE: the engine turns but the car won,t start.

You will need to check for fuel pressure or dirty filter. If you do not have fuel pressure; be sure to check fuses or any relay pertaining to fuel pump (if electric). If fuses and relays are good check or replace fuel filter. If the fuel pump is mechanical disregard fuses & relays and check or replace fuel filter. If this does not resolve the problem then the problem could be the fuel pump if mechanical, If its an electric fuel pump it could be a fuel pressure regulator, fuel pump, crimped fuel line or other wiring issue.

These are the most common things I run across, oh, a crimped fuel line can cause the problem in either case electric or mechanical. Hope this helps in some way, been awhile sense I worked with an older car.

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SOURCE: Engine idling high in park. Will not start until

check your IDLER

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SOURCE: shutting down

Try replacing the air filter.

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