Question about Ford Focus
Have you run the obd codes and checked for her relays/fuses and made sure all connections were clean? could be just one injector or even a distributor coil gone bad. when was the last imte you changed the plugs, wires, cap rotor? even something as simple as that can stop a car.
had my pump replaced and still had the issue. turned out to be one injector and a bad distrib coil...
do your basic tuneup first:cap, rotor, wires, plugs, filter and then give it a shot and get your codes checked.
(if your coil is inside your distrib you will have to get a new one if that is the issue)
sorry, i feel your pain.
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