I have a 4.6 94 Cougar, with 130,000 miles on it. A couple of weeks ago, I went to start it up and let it warm up in the morning before work, and it died. I tried starting it up again and it idled for a brief moment then died again. I once again started it up, and idled it up to around 1500-200 rmp, and it ran rough for 15 seconds (when I say rough, think of v-8 running on 4 or 5 cylinders) then it cleared up. Let it idle down, and it died again. I have no codes, however, I have changed the fuel filter, as well as checked the fuel pressure on the rail, and it is with in spec. It will run while it's cold, then dies when it warms up, and won't start worth a damn. I am thinking some sort of electronic choke issue, or something with the air intake. I've tried searching the clymers, but can't find anything relivent, or maybe I just don't know what exactly to look for Can you boys give me any idea's to steer me in the right dicrection. Thanks
have the same problem?
Thursday, December 28th, 2006 AT 2:58 PM