Question about 2004 Ford Taurus
I have recently noticed that it has become harder and harder to get my car to start, first it was an initial stall or two here and there, but now it's getting to the point that it will take at 20-30 mins to get the car started, and I have to pump the accelarator to get her going. what's happening here?
Hello theres two things that can cause this problem one is your Tps sensor is out of range this controls your throttle plate threw the computers command second is iac motor Idle control valve if this is sludged with varnish it will stick causing stalling ,hard starting,rough idle, even no starts both parts are located on your throttle body both are held by two star screws i would check tps for out of range goodluck please rate
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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