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Old 06-09-2009, 03:23 PM
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I have a ford freestyle that we shut of after running it and it wouldnt start again I hooked my computer up 2 it and it ran a code 4 e problem I cant get it to a shopdy ththe fuel rail sensor I replaced it costing me 80.00 the car still wouldnt turn over I reconnected the computer and now it said it is the throttle position sensor low volts I cleared it out and tried to charge the battery no luck. b4 this turns into more money than I want to spend does anyone have any ideas 4 me i would appreciate it. the factory security system seems like it shut off the fuel pump i was wondering what i could due to reme

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