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Ford explorer sport 1998. only starts when its hot outside. by hot I mean 90 degrees.I've already changed the aic valve, and the battery, and the fuel pump relay

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  • douglasleck Sep 13, 2009

    Yes. The strange thing is that once it starts it runs like a dream. Now it turns over but doesn't want to start. When the car is left in strong sunlight it sounds more likely to start. Obviously something is expanding. Wondered if it might be the fuel pump that's faulty. Don't know the fuel pressure

  • ALAN BROWN May 11, 2010

    what is your fuel pressure and have you changed the filter

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