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Dies my grandma has the focus station wagon and she told me that after the car worms up it dies and then she can start it back up do u have any ideas

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remove the after-market cold air intake, and reinstall the factory cold air intake. see what that does and let us know. also a picture of your cold air intake would be helpfull, as i have seen some so called ones that really arn't.

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