Engine Performance problem
1995 Ford Windstar 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 158000 miles
If you cannot see any, but smell the slightest hint of fuel from the vacuum side of the fuel pressure regulator is it likely that it is faulty? Please answer this question first.
PLEASE HELP. I HAVE BEEN GETTING ZERO RESPONSES ON HERE LATELY.
I am at my wits end here and can only look now to either the FPR, ECT, CCRM, or COILS as see the following I've replaced quite a lot recently.
Description of Problems:
1. Engine attempts to stall IMMEDIATELY following the radiator cooling fans turning OFF. This has made me think perhaps the CCRM is going bad because I don't know what else would do this unless its an electrical (bad ground) issue.
2. I'm getting 9 - 11mpg on a new Jasper engine
3. Idle pulses/hunts constantly in Park from 600 - 800 rpms
4. Sometimes under accel/load driving the van jerks as if the key were turned off causing deceleration for 1-2 seconds. Its actually hard to describe what it does, but its as if it can't make up its mind about going forward or like it isn't getting gas.
I'm not sure if the 2 (MPG and idle pulsing) are related, but I believe them to be.
New cats (Magnaflow ypipe)
New cat-back exhaust upgrade (Borla discontinued model)
O2s in good shape and cleaned at tops (NO CEL)
New plugs and wires
Rebuilt tranny 20k old
New TRS (neutral safety switch)
New water pump
New thermostat (not motorcraft, but supposed to be OEM temp)
New radiator with system flush
Regrounded alternator with better cable
Regrounded battery and resistance checked all known grounds
New DPFE sensor
New coolant/heater hoses
New ABS HCU
New alternator pulley (tracking down a squeaky belt)
New compressor clutch assembly (though I've noticed now the compressor is leaking since engine install)
New power steering pump and filter
New accumulator for a/c
New brakes/pads in front (no drag)
New (fairly) pcv valve though I could check it again
New air filter (K&N)
New fuel filter 8k miles ago
have the same problem?
Saturday, May 10th, 2008 AT 6:18 AM