Question about 1990 Ford Tempo
Have the fuel pump tested, you may be loosing fuel preasure, the only other things i think off is the control module and the coil itself, you have tuned it up so the first is the fuel preasure, make sure to put engine under a load for a few minutes or drive with the gauge and get the car to loose power as you watch the preasure if it looses preasure then you know its the pump if it acts up and preasure is stable thenmove on to the module, some part stores can test it for you, have it tested a few times to heat it up, if that tests good then i would try a coil. hope this helps.
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