Question about 1998 Ford Escort
You have a sensor issue that is sending false information, that is ultimately affecting the fuel delivery. Your injection system decides on the proper fuel air mix by processing information gathered from a series of sensors that detect engine temp, outside temp, humidity, and air pressure, to adjust to the prevailing condition. The fact that it changed with the weather verifies this. Have your codes read and interpreted and they will reveal which sensor needs replacing. You can have this done free of charge at an advance or auto zone and also purchase the new sensor there. Good Luck. I hope you find this very helpful!
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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