Question about 1990 Ford Thunderbird
Sometimes my tach starts to work and when it dose my engine starts to lung or miss I have to cut off the engine and restart it ,then it runs great , don't know what to do !
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to see if your truck was recalled for a faulty cam shaft sensor. Some sensors develop hair line cracks which allow contaminants to get in and the sensor becomes intermittent. The symptoms can include sudden shutdown of the engine so a recall was issued.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
try changing the pick up sensor ,and cleaning the connections on the coil pack,could just the be the connections on the pick up sensor itself.Hope this is just your sunday car and your daily car is a small engined shopping basket type of car.thinking here and its hard as only ever seen one on an american tv show but if its all dropping off ???what about the ignition contact switch on the steering lock,its not loose or contacts worn ??my sunday car is a 4lt jaguar XJ6 sovereign so i cant call the pot black can i.But whatever it is, this is a stupid thing causing this and its down to trial and error to locate the fault
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
i would have to agree with you on the check engine light.
now the rpm my 02 mustang used to do the same thing but never game me any problems hope this helps good luck
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
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