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95 ford econoline, doesnt accelerate right when warm runs good when cold but when it gets hot it starts shutting down to where it can not be driven power is still on for everything replaced gas tank, filters, hoses ect now the accelerations the problem

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1993 festiva replaced the throttle body gasket now will not accelerate at temp


I have a 1997 ford E 150 customize mark 3 van have driven back and forth to work 5 years ran great Christmas Day drove down to the garage and back up to house and now it will not start turns over has spark will not fire

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Our 2000 Ford Expedition only puts out heat after being driven a mile or two even if it has been idling for a long period


when idiling in the winter it doesnt get hot enough until you raise rpms, that gets the motor hot enough to open thermostat so water starts circulating throughout the whole system.

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When i start the car it drives ok but after warming up a bit the car loses acceleration and starts to boggle?


check for a bad fuel pump relay. it maybe geting hot and shutting down. it may be a bad coolant tempurature sensor also, that sends info to ecm.The engine will think it was still cold, even though it was not, causing all kinds of things to run draggy. thats why it runs ok when its cold. it sends wrong info to computer. thinking its cold, when in reality its warm. have a good day !!

Mar 19, 2011 | 1996 Ford Probe

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95 ford conversion van with a 351 engine. replaced the radiator, water pump and thermostat last year. The water pump leaked when cold and finally replaced water pump and thermostat again. Got the leak...


If you didn't do a thorough cooling system flush with the radiator replacement last year, then i would say you may have excessive build up of rust, scale and other debris. This will certainly clog up a new radiator quickly. You may still have a restriction. I would do a good flushing, including REVERSE flushing until water runs clear. This should help... Good luck, my friend.

Feb 02, 2011 | 1995 Ford Econoline

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Where is the throttle on a 95 ford econoline. Someone said it is on the accelarator?


start with your right foot.the accelerator pedal,attached to the throttle cable.attached to the throttle body attached to a butterfly valve inside the throttle body(of a carburettor)it is a tube of say 2"slimming down to 1.1/2" widening to 2"with the thinest part housing a fuel jet,and it is this tunnel effect that causes a rapid flow of air that mixes fuel in the inlet manifold.attached to the cylinder head etcetera
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May 08, 2010 | 1995 Ford Econoline

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1986 ford econoline ignition failure


It could be your catalytic converter which is clogged, when the car is cold.. you are getting enough exhaust escaping allowing the car to run, but it will be very restrictive, once this is hot is so restricted that it will not allow the car to restart.
This can be a serious condition and if parked over dry grass or trash could actually start a fire. Take you vehicle to a respectable exhaust specialist.

Mar 25, 2010 | 1986 Ford Econoline

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Once started, the engine stalls on my 99 Ford E150 Econoline V8. If I hold down the accelerator, the engine runs fine. By the way, it is cold outside too.


check the air bypass valve on the throttlebody at the air inlet try tapping on it and see if it will idle ok

Dec 07, 2009 | 1999 Ford Econoline

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Heat in a Econoline 150 just stopped. Blows out cold air. Dont have fuse diagram where do I find one


I'm not sure your problem is a blown fuse. If the blower motor is running and pushing out air, then it's working normally. First check would be the thermostat, let the engine warm up and feel the radiator hoses. If 1 hose gets hot and the other is cold, most likely you have a bad thermostat. If thats ok, make sure you dont have any vacuum leaks, as most of the blend air doors that allow heat into the van are vacuum operated. It doesnt take much of a vacuum leak to lose your heat. Finally, make sure the control cables behind the head unit are in place and not kinked or broken.

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95 aerostar 4.0L EFI 109k --- OBD I, code #556


Might check the coolant sensor. Make sure it is reading correctly. If it is still reading cold on your coolant sensor it will tell the computer to run as if it were cold telling the computer to send more fuel when in fact it doesnt need any because the engine is already warmed up.

Sep 06, 2009 | 1995 Ford Aerostar

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95 ford econoline will not shift out of park


with the key off shift to neutral,while holding the brake to keep it from rolling away,then start it then shift into drive--once home replace the brake switch maybe thats all you will need to do.

Aug 17, 2009 | 1995 Ford Econoline

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