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I have a 2003 Grand Marquis. When the weather gets hot, or using the a/c, after you are done driving and shut down the car, then re-start, it dies. It will start up right away, but you have to keep giving it gas if you are rolling to a stop or it dies down again. Does not happen in the winter time. Started several years ago, when under warranty, the said it was a computer upgrade problem, took 15 minutes and it was fixed for a couple of more summers. Now starting again. No longer under warrantly.

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Sounds like a IAC (Idle air control problem). I would just replace this module as it is pretty cheap. Failure of the IAC usually mechanical, so it will not throw a computer code.

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    Sounds like a IAC (Idle air control problem). I would just replace this module as it is pretty cheap. Failure of the IAC usually mechanical, so it will not throw a computer code.

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Check your antifreeze with a antifreeze checker to make sure it is at the right temp depending on where you live and how cold it gets there. If you have too much antifreeze the engine temp will not come up to over 200 and also replace your thermostat, making sure to realize they make them in different temp settings. Talk to people and make sure the thermostat you install is the right one for your climate where you live. Sounds to me as though your temp never comes up to what it should be. Also it could be the heater core.

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