Please help , a person worked on my 2007 bantam and now the car does not whant to pickup revs once it has stopped for any reason what so ever , I replace the tps sensor

Asked by Aug 16, 2017 at 12:44 PM about the 2007 Ford Bantam

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2007 bantam seems to be getting to much fuel , or to little . I have replaced the tps sensor , the car is fuel injection and this could mean any thing could be faulty .

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What was done to the vehicle ? Check the fuel line pressure at the fuel rail. Check for any damaged feed or fuel return pipes. If the engine is not reving, check that the correct spark plugs were fitted. Best use Motorcraft Spark plugs through the Ford Pats Department. NGK Plugs will cause surging and no power from 3000RPM. Was the engine washed when it was hot, in this case it could have cracked the coil pack. Check the basics first.

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