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Stalling when hot

(1999 Ford Explorer)
in Camp Hill, PA on May 28, 2010
My explorer stalls when hot, and will not restart for a couple of hours. I can get the car going if I two-foot the gas and break (after a couple of stalls). My mechanic can't seem to find the issue. HELP!
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on May 28, 2010
Need to check to see if your Ford is losing spark or fuel. need to check for codes, to see if anything like a crank sensor or cam sensor code is stored in your system. Really need to run the car and look at the scanner data to see what is malfunctioning. This is the best way. Is your mechanic REALLY computer Control savvy, if not, find another shop, this is a pretty common problem.
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