My 87 Ford F150 six cylinder stalls when it gets a little warm.
My old work horse runs fine if the air temperature is cold, but when its warm it will stall at a stop light if a little fan comes on next to the throttle body. When you're idling at a light, if you hear that little fan come on you have about a minute to park it or it will stall and not start again for a few minutes. It is fuel injected. How do i fix this?
dude possibly u need to get your Gear box checked
ya man my truck has done that before ur gear box is goin in and out of gear i think. thats what my old beast was doin
thanks for your suggestion, however I have no problem with the gears.
well its some truck and would u know if u can get them in the uk?
nope i am from canada
well will need to find out some how lool add me if u want? and im from scotland
also dude if the tempature gets warm the pistons might be expanding and causing it to seize just a guess tho
i dont know my 87 has 345 thousand km on it and the only thing i have had to do to it is change the gear box and rear difrential but now i dont drive it that often becuase as u can see i invested in a 97 f-150 i only use it for big hauls or some fun in the mud
awesome well if u want it fixed best goin to a Garage an askin them if its simple dont get them to fix it u fix it its easy im only 15 and im a mechanic lool some peeps dont trust me but honest dude i know my stuff
hahaha man its a ford anyone can fix it i dont even take it to the shop cuz when something happens i knoe exactualy what it is and were it is ford for life man
yh man need to get ford pickups down here!! FFL
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