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

95 aerostar 4.0L EFI 109k --- OBD I, code #556 '' Fuel pump relay primary circuit failure.'' ------- Engine runs (idels & accelerates fine for 10 min.) Then runs ruff and rich untill stalls. Restart - Will go back to normal operation then will return to poor. I exchanged the fuel pump circuit relay--- same results. Any suggestions?

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  • chameleongt Sep 10, 2009

    Thanks for the info. it turned out to be the MAF sensor.

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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.

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