Fuel Fuel Regulator

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Asked by Sep 07, 2013 at 08:47 PM about the 2000 Ford E-150 STD Econoline

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a Cargo Van E-150, yr 2000, It takes 2 or 3 start attempt before it actually start. It
sound its stalling at first, but after that it runs smooth. What might be the problem. I
changed the fuel filter but didn't make any difference. Help!

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sounds like the idle air sensor.

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Thank you Mark! I took it to a hispanic mechanic ang he said its a fuel pump. I can't belived what he said because after it start the engine run fine! Where is this idle air sensor located at?

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its usuly under the plastic cover on top of motor.usualy cylinder shaped and has 2 small bolts holding it in place.they get dirty and worn and your engine wont run well when cold or somtime it will make engine idle way to high.sometimes when u clean it it will work for a while .

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