Question about 1998 Ford Taurus
I would guess that the ECM may have stored something that might help you to figure this out. Do a compression test. If the timing is off you may see it because the valves are opening and closing at the wrong time.
Check the level of the oil and the anti-freeze.
With the sensors and all, without a scan-tool it will take much longer to figure out if this has to do with something controlled or monitored by the ECM.
Posted on May 14, 2010
Check crank angle sensor or renew it
Posted on May 15, 2010
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