I have a 1997 ford Thunderbird with 155,000 miles. I just recently had my camshaft and the camshaft sensor
replaced on my. The problem is that the day I got the car fixed I got on the highway and the car shut off on me and would not come back on until about trying to start it for 5 minutes. When it finally started I kept driving and it and it drove fine. The next day it drove fine from work and back, but when my wife was on the way home from work the same day the car shut off on her as soon as she put the car in drive. This time the car did not come back on at all and had to be towed directly to the mechanic. The car mechanic told me that the car strted on the first try for them and that it was running fine. I told them that there was a problem somewhere and insisted for them to check it thouroughly. The mechanic called me back later that day and told me that the car kept shutting off on them and it would take 10 minutes before they could start it again. They have hooked it up to the computer and they still cannot find out what is wrong with the car. Can I get an idea from somebody?
have the same problem?
Friday, June 8th, 2007 AT 7:53 PM