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On your 95 Ford Explorer you push the gas to the floor and it seems to want to stall you can only push the peddle only 14 way After 30 min of driving if you turn the car off the car wont start?


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2007-02-18 08:40:47
2007-02-18 08:40:47

check the pressure of your fuel pump!


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