Question about 2002 Ford Escape
Sounds like eighter the engine coolant temperature sensor,, or the air intake sensor.. One of these will cause that issue,, to be sure you will need to have a diagnostic done that will check both sensors for error codes.. This can be done by any mechanic that has a diagnostic tool or code reader..
In the mean time you can run the vehicle until you get that problem where it wont start.. Unplug the air flow sensor (connect to the air hose that runs into the throttle body,, and try to start,, once it does it means that sensor needs changing.. If no then its the engine coolant temperature sensor..
Still have the mechanic do a diagnostic to be certain..
Posted on May 10, 2010
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