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Old 01-27-2006, 12:10   #1 (permalink)
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93 probe gt

I Am Very New To This So I Have No Idea How To Get My ?'s Answered
My Ford Probe Will Start But If The Clutch Is Let Up Or Put Into Gear Than It Will Die.if Anyone Has An Idea Will You Please Let Me Know
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welcome to FordForums...but this is the wrong section...post in the section regarding your car...
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welcome to Ford Forums I will move this post for ya

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Re: 93 probe gt

Hey mate,
when you say it dies, can you elaborate? Does it make a groaning? does the car move at all?

What happens if you rev the engine and then try to let the clutch out?

What caused this lack of power?

did you walk out to your car one morning and this just happened or has it been slowly getting worse and worse?

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Hey mate,
when you say it dies, can you elaborate? Does it make a groaning? does the car move at all?

What happens if you rev the engine and then try to let the clutch out?

What caused this lack of power?

did you walk out to your car one morning and this just happened or has it been slowly getting worse and worse?

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i can rev up the motor and let go of the clutch and it wont die at first till it warms up

the car was driven to the dtore and parked and the next morning it started doing that
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Re: 93 probe gt

Hey again,
If its got something to do with the car getting hot, maybe your fuel system isnt working properly. I assume its fuel injected, so maybe your ECU isnt turning the richening system off..
I dont really have any other ideas except to take it to a mechanic...
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