Weird issues with 06 ford police interceptor

Asked by Sep 13, 2015 at 09:04 PM about the 2006 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So i have some odd issues with my police
interceptor. A couple of weeks ago it
randomly died while driving. No sputtering
before hand. Just died, like someone took
the key out. It hasnt done it since but im
assuming my crankshaft position sensor is
oxidizing as we have had heavy rain out
here and i have driven through lots of
puddles on the road. Now today the car
startes sputtering while idiling at a light. I
kept it from dying but down the road it tried
to die again. This time my ac got really hot
and my check engine light blinked at me. I
pulled over and unplugged my pcm and it
drove fine the rest of the way home.
Another thing to note is i recently replaced
the spark plugs.

3 Answers

Air filter - Air Mass control needs to be cleaned also If filter is clogged / dirty this may be cause. Happened to me !

I know ny air filter is clean as i just checked it. Ill chexk my air mass control. The odd thing is after it tries to die if i unplug my pcm then plug it back it it wont happen again

10

My 2006 does the same thing. changed crank sensor and cam sensor, everything else is new. I think it's the PCM. but who knows with no code.

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