Mechanics

THE ENGINE STALLS/ABLE TO GO ON DOWN THE ROAD. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEA WHY?

2002 Ford Ranger • 16,100 miles

The engine stalls/shuddering when coming to a stop, really bad gas mileage, and loss of power, low RPM's. There is a clunking noise in the engine just before this happens. It first started to do so around 50 miles driven, now, its starting to do so at 20 miles.
I have changed the EGR, TPS, IAC, HAD A TUNE UP, CLEANED THE THROTTLE BODY. Had the surpine belt changed, the idle pully, O2 sensors in the front. Pulled the fuse to the A/C unit. It will start right back up, I put it in drive and it stalls again, I will do this a couple of times and then it is able to go on down the road. Does anyone have any idea why?
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SamanthaW
January 16, 2012.



Its a 2002, ford ranger XLT, 4.0 V6

Tiny
SamanthaW
Jan 16, 2012.
Is the CEL On? Check and test the throttle position sensor/mass airflow sensor and the TCC solenoid to include a fuel pressure check

Rasmataz
Jan 16, 2012.
No, the light has not came on

Tiny
SamanthaW
Jan 16, 2012.