van stalls

10

Asked by Jul 28, 2016 at 10:58 PM about the 2004 Ford Freestar

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My van runs good for about 30/40 miles.
Then it jerks loses power and shuts off. It
will start back up drive a few miles then stall
again. I've changed cam shaft sensor and
mass airflow sensor . Didn't help

4 Answers

35,265

Get it scanned for diagnostic trouble codes, there might be a clue there. Most major auto parts stores will do this for free.

286,145

is the CEL still on? What are the codes?

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The codes read mass airflow sensor or egr valve. Changed the airflow sensor but the problem persists. Can I bypass egr valve?

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I had the same problem. It was the ignition coil. But now I having a start up issue. I the cold it starts the withing 15 seconds the belt squeels then dies.

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