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Posted: 06/25/20 03:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a 2006 Georgetown Ford V 10 Lately when I start it Then head out It will stall in the first five or 10 minutes when I come to a stop sign Or light And restarts with no problem and does not do it after that Any idea what it could be And it runs perfect after that


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Posted: 06/25/20 05:14pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

why not go to any parts houses most do free scans see what it says no guessing


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crawford wrote:

why not go to any parts houses most do free scans see what it says no guessing

Pre OBD-II

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theoldwizard1 wrote:

crawford wrote:

why not go to any parts houses most do free scans see what it says no guessing

Pre OBD-II

Is that chassis specific?
I thought OBD was mandatory since the mid to late 90's. I know I have used mine on Auto's and light trucks back to that era.

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Posted: 06/25/20 07:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It may be time to flash the PROM. 5-Star Tuning may have the solution.


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My van does that sometimes (1998 V10). Seems to be only after sitting for a while, I kind of think it may have to do with the evaporative emissions stuff but that's just a guess. I'm ODB2, but it never throws a code. I also have a 5 star tuner installed (love it), so not sure that's a solution either lol.


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Our 99 does it only in the cooler weather. I just let it warm up and slowly get up to speed and its fine. Never figure out why it does it and never a code.

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I'm willing to bet it's the throttle body.
Mine was doing the same thing.

I was a Ford Technician for 25 years. I've replaced a ton of throttle bodies.


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Thanks everybody for the information I have a scan gauge up to it and it never throws any kind of code Throttlebody does make sense or mass airflow sensor maybe

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Try cleaning the mass air flow sensor and throttle body, then reset the throttle body calibration. Most likely it is the throttle body, but at least try a cheap $10 fix first to see if it solves the problem.
ALso probably wouldn't hurt to run some Seafoam in the gas every few thousand miles just to keep the system clean.
calibration

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MAF cleaning

* This post was edited 06/25/20 10:28pm by patperry2766 *


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