Question about 1988 Ford Econoline
It could be mainly one of three things. Either the computer is going bad, computer is getting high temp from coolant sensor and shutting down engine, a sensor is going bad and when it heats up it send crazy signal or high voltage to computer which makes the computer go into shut down mode. I admit I don't know much about Econolines but those are symptoms of these events.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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