What would cause my Ford Exployer to die while driving and not start right back

Asked by Jan 30, 2015 at 11:16 AM about the Ford Explorer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

First my power control modulure fuse has blown a couple of times out of the blue but now my Ford Explorer will start but it seems to die while driving and not start right back we hear no noise or sign before this happens

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Sounds like a problem within the PCM. Someone with the proper equipment will have to test. If he starts again after cooling suspect a heat issue.

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Check around all the connections around and hooked to the PCM Make sure there is no green corrosion present.

my explorer cuts off when driving it but it cuts back on then cuts off when driving it

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