Im trying to find out what is wrong with my van when i start it when it not been running starts fine,but after it gets to temperature and i cut it off and come back to start it again it shakes and sometimes cut off.
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More infromation may be helpful. If your van runs fine at low speeds but will not run properly or shift correctly at speeds of 50 mph or better I would suspect a clogged cataletic converter. If this was helpful please leave good feedback if not please repost with more infromation
sounds like a fuel issue, you can get a can of wd-40 and spray it into the intake and see if wants to start, if it does then it is a process of fuel line, fuel filter, or fuel pump. Hope this helps Tim
Take all the fuses out and check them one by one and re install them and replace the blown fuse .
Tap on the relays to unstuck them .
Clean the batery terminals with sand paper .
Check the rear light and brake bulbs and sockets.
Not your camshaft sensor, it would not even start. Your going to have to get it scaned, but I'm thinking it may be your EGR system.
If you are comfortable performing some basic checks prior to resorting to the Ford Dealer then try pulling a vacuum on the EGR valve to make sure the pintle moves freely in both directions. While you're at it, make sure all vacuum hoses and system components hold a vacuum. Inspect the EGR valve visually for coking and contamination. Check EGR solenoids and the position sensor for electrical continuity.