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    91 explorer dies intermittently

    Still can’t figure out my 91 explorer. It will idle about 5 minutes then die. I can go drive it and it dies intermittently then fires right back up on side of road. It has codes 87 and 95. I did hook a fuel pressure gauge to it and it does not lose fuel pressure when it dies. Things I have...
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    Fuel pump staying on

    Recently posted my 91 explorer intermittently dying on side of road with occasional high idle before dying. Codes 87 and 95. I’ve replace nearly every sensor or part. Now I notice sometimes I turn the key on and the pump won’t turn on, then it cranks excessively until it fires. Today I turned...
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    Codes 87 and 95 dies intermittently with high idle

    Hello, I have a 91 Ford Explorer 4.0. Vehicle sat for a year and leaked water down to the computer. Replaced computer and then ran good. However, it only makes it about 15 miles then CEL comes on, loses power, idle ramps up to about 2 thousand RPM on side of road and dies once I give it some...
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    Engine stalls at low rpm

    Hi, everyone. I'm new here. I've got a 2011 V6, Ford explorer that has being giving me issues since last week. I bought the car used from a cousin of mine. Car was driven down to my destination working perfectly, only some few weeks after, to start here some knocking sound from the engine...
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    Battery...........

    So, the other day when I went and grabbed some to-go Chinese Buffet, I came out and my 92 Explorer wouldn't start. Awesome. Didn't leave anything on that I saw, but I had left the windshield wiper switch turned on to like... medium speed. However, when the car is off, the windshield wipers...
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    Fuel Delivery Problems Help Daily Driver

    Been having problems with my 94 explorer, only have problem on warmer days, after driving for a while it just dies, cuts all power to the fuel pump, and the hotter it is the quicker it happens,Pulled codes all that came up was MAF an O2 sensor, So replaced MAF. Then fuel pump was the next thing...
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