Question about Ford Explorer
Does it work when the car is warm? Or do you have issues with starting when the engine is warm too? Many starting issues on OBD2 cars (which are all cars 1996 and newer) are related to the coolant temperature sensor - it helps the computer know whether the car is warm or cold, and the computer determines the proper air/fuel mixture based on this. If the sensor is faulty, it can give incorrect readings to the computer, which will cause the fuel mixture to be incorrect for starting the engine in its given condition.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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