Hey everyone I have a 2001 Ford Explorer (XLT, V6 SOHC 2WD, 151K miles) that just cuts off when idling. It won't always do this, I'd say 1 out of 10 stoplights. And when it does cut off, its a pain in the *** to get it to crank up again. The engine will turn over, but it seems as if its not getting fuel. One day I nearly killed the battery trying to get it to start up again, thankfully it finally started again. I never run it low on fuel, there's always at least a 1/4 tank. It idles at around 800-1000RPMs. I have noticed that just before (1-2 seconds before) it sputters just a little bit. And if I slam the gas pedal down (I only do this in the parking lot while its in park) it won't cut off. Check engine light does not come in, though it did before the tune up. I have (in this order): Run 2 cans of injector cleaner through it Tuned it up (spark plugs and wires, good ones, it was missing a little bit anyway. Check Engine light would come on once a week) Replaced coil pack Replaced fuel filter I'm no mechanic, but a few people have told me it could be a hose. So, I looked for a loose vacuum hose but I can't find anything that's loose or disconnected. Can someone tell me where to look for a hose that could be causing the problem? Could it be a problem with the intake? I thought it could be an injector or sensor but surely a light would come on if it were one of those. Any other ideas?