I have a 2004 sport trac and have nothing but problems since I bought it. I've changed fuel rail pressure sensor, fuel pump, fuel filter and fuel module. Took awhile to finally start.ran good for a

Asked by Nov 02, 2014 at 02:29 PM about the 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin 4WD Crew Cab

Question type: General

Week. Now went out to start and
took awhile to start again. Drove
down road and keeps stalling on me.
Finally got it home. No engine lights
but will run little while then stall.
Need help. What next?

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I had one of these and had a similar issue. Mine turned out to be a hard molded vacuum line. It had become brittle and was cracked. Could not find a good replacement part so I used the same size rubber vacuum hose to replace the hard cracked one. Truck ran good as new. Can't remember right where it was but think it was going around the front of the intake.

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