If it only happens after the car warms up, it may be the TFI module.
I have a 1992 Tempo that was stalling all the time after it warmed up. I found out there was a class-action lawsuit against Ford for defective design/location of the TFI modules because they malfunction when they get hot. By court order, Ford extended the warranty on these TFI modules to 100,000 miles, regardless of age or resale. My local Ford Dealer ordered a replacement from the Obsolete Parts department at Ford and installed it all at no charge.
tempo was sentenced in 2002 for 24 years.he was a "drug dealer"bad boy!!!
Tempo primo: first tempo. You changed tempo earlier, now go back to the original tempo
No, the word "tempo" is not an adverb.The word "tempo" is a noun.
Tempo in Italian means "tempo," "time" or "weather" in English.
The starter is on the underside, towards the front, almost directly below the oil filter.
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The word for tempo fluctuations can be a few different words, depending on how the tempo is fluctuating. Accelerando is when the tempo speeds up. Ritardando is when the tempo slows down.
the tempo is 186.098
Synonyms for tempo include speed, beat, rhythm, and pace
you have to keep in a tempo when a metronome in music class.
Almost any sort of classical music really, the steps useddepending on the tempo and style of said music.
it has a moderate tempo
Tempo cannot get louder, because the tempo is the pace that the music is being played at. The dynamics and the pitchor the tone can become louder, but not the tempo.
tempo Is called a tempo.
The same tempo.
The Tempo of music is the speed of the music.
Tempo is the timing or pace of something.
The word "tempo" can be traced to the Latin word tempusand the Italian word tempo for "time."
Hey man,Tempo primo is the term you are looking for. Tempo Primo means to return to the original tempo of the piece. However lets say for example that the tempo changes in sections B and D. If you want to return to the changed tempo in B (which is different from the ORIGINAL tempo or section A tempo), the term is known as a tempoGood luck!Mr.Impossible Chord