Question about 2002 Ford Taurus
HI. Ok, the problem with the crank sensor may be intermittent. I would check the connecting wires at the crank sensor for proper fit and corrosion detail. If the connections to and from the sensor are sound and not corroded, have it tested for proper functions. I do believe that the crank sensor and connecting harness my be faulty. If the fault is intermittently affecting the engine, it will still run, but very sluggishly.
I would like to see the actual code you have extracted. please post, if possible.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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