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Old 09-02-2013, 11:51 AM
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Expedition Engine stalling

Hello there,
I have 2010 Ford Expedition Max 4WD Eddie Bauer edition and I have currently 75,000km on it. I love this truck and it has been great. However, lately I experienced some problems. Truck is stalling when slowing down to a stop at lights. I need to shut the ignition off, wait few seconds and restart the truck. At first it was happening sporadically but over few weeks it become more frequent. I dropped my truck at the dealer and was told that the problem was faulty Throttle Position Sensor. it was replaced and it seemed to correct the problem. However, few weeks later similar problems started and quickly become more sever. Within a week my truck went into a "crawl' mode and I was not able to ref the engine above 1000rpm. I dropped it again at the dealer and was told that this time it was a gas pomp. It was replaced and the problem seemed to go away for a week or so. I am back at the same scenario that truck is stalling at every second light and this time a "check engine" warning light come up. Also, i noticed that when the car stalls there is a "burning" smell - like the engine is running super hot but the engine temperature indicate normal temperature.
I am a bit frustrated now. I wonder if anybody has similar problems and what was it cause by. I would appreciate any suggestions.
Thanks a lot.
Tom
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Old 09-03-2013, 12:26 PM
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Hello there,
I have 2010 Ford Expedition Max 4WD Eddie Bauer edition and I have currently 75,000km on it. I love this truck and it has been great. However, lately I experienced some problems. Truck is stalling when slowing down to a stop at lights. I need to shut the ignition off, wait few seconds and restart the truck. At first it was happening sporadically but over few weeks it become more frequent. I dropped my truck at the dealer and was told that the problem was faulty Throttle Position Sensor. it was replaced and it seemed to correct the problem. However, few weeks later similar problems started and quickly become more sever. Within a week my truck went into a "crawl' mode and I was not able to ref the engine above 1000rpm. I dropped it again at the dealer and was told that this time it was a gas pomp. It was replaced and the problem seemed to go away for a week or so. I am back at the same scenario that truck is stalling at every second light and this time a "check engine" warning light come up. Also, i noticed that when the car stalls there is a "burning" smell - like the engine is running super hot but the engine temperature indicate normal temperature.
I am a bit frustrated now. I wonder if anybody has similar problems and what was it cause by. I would appreciate any suggestions.
Thanks a lot.
Tom
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Have you been back to the dealer since the concerns resurfaced? Please PM me your VIN; I'll see what I can do.

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Stalling

Take a look at your Fuel Pump Driver Module. I am not certain where they put them on the 2010, But it should be on the rear frame rail either just behind the rear driver's side tire, or just in front of the spare tire on a frame rail there. It is about 4.5" x 4.5" black box with lots of wires and just 1 connector. When they fail, they "cook" and smell bad. They vary voltage to the fuel pump. My wife's failed on her 06 Navigator. It was an easy inexpensive fix $135 from NAPA.
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Thanks all.
It seems that finally the problem has been fixed: had to replace O2 sensor and reprogram computer module.
Thanks again.
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