Sounds crazy, but my 96 would start and then stall and there was no codes, just had a tune-up but the PCV valve had not been changed. Located that and changed it and the car ran fine.
Crack in intake or exhust, or belt glazing- Check all the intake and exhust bolts.
It could be your EGR valve.
Could be the servo unit in the transmission. Had the same problem and replaced the fuel pump in our 1999 ford contour but it was the servo unit.
It could be either a bad water pump or a clogged hose or a bad heater core or it could be a clogged or bad radiator.
No because a contour line gets darrker and daarker when it goes from line to line.
It could be a clogged radiator or cracked head or bad head gasket.
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what would it could to replace time belt on a Ford Contour 1999?
It could be a stuck thermostat. If the thermostat is not opening fully it will not allow the coolant to move freely through the engine, making it run hotter than normal.
Contour lines help for you to see different elevations in certain areas. Contour lines could be useful to hikers to help plan their next hiking trip by giving them an idea of what the land is like.
each contour line represents an equal value, so the closer the lines the steeper the slope
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Can be leaking from a hose not secured properly or a hole in the system.
could be a bad plug
You could try a Q Tip or anything small in that nature.
Could be a bad ball joint
For PC, simply typing "system information" in the start menu search bar will bring up a program titled "system information", containing all information one could need about the system they are running.
could be wires in ignition system bad or loose, or intake manifold vacuum leaks and in hoses, faulty engine contol system. for vacuum leaks, put oil around intake when running. if there is a leak then oil will suck in to intake.
You could try installing antivirus software to clean up your computer. Alternatively, you could reboot your system again to see if it is better. If not, send it for repair!
I had a ford contour that overheated a lot. Took it to several mechanics and no one could find a reason to why it was overheating. Since I couldn't fix the problem, I just kicked on the AC when it started to run too warm and that kept it at normal running temp.
It could be a large number of reasons. Usually the fuel system is the 1st to check, in the case of the symptom you describe. http://store.chainsawr.com/
it could be because the timing belt went
Check for fuel and spark.
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it sounds like it's overheating. Check it has coolant fluid in, if so, then it could be the water pump system.