Crown Vic stalling out

Bill Ultsch

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????

5 Answers

Tom Demyan

Could be anything, running ok now?

Bill Ultsch

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

Kelly Mayo

first things first...hows the fuel filter?

Bill Ultsch

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.

Guy Outland

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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