Crown Vic stalling out

Asked by Apr 30, 2016 at 01:44 PM about the 2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I was driving home got 1 block and it stalled
then died. Wouldn't stay on for more than a minute
after that. Had it towed to mechanic and he called
sayin it's running fine. I picked it up drove it for 45
mins seems fine . Anyone have any idea what it
could be????

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228,015

Could be anything, running ok now?

Yea I just down want to break down at 2am again. And not very mechanical savy lol

20,735

first things first...hows the fuel filter?

The mechanic said everything looked fine. When I described the problems he thought it was the fuel pump he had it for 2 days said he doesn't see a problem and didn't want me dumping over 500$ to replace something that isn't broke.

6,315

Check the crank sensor for oil leaking through it into its connector. It can cause a random dies while running/ no start condition with no codes. Its at the front of the engine pass side bottom.

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