Asked by Jun 10, 2018 at 10:47 PM about the 2011 Ford Escape

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2011 Ford Escape...
Had left car at airport for a day, went to pick it up,
and the battery was dead.  Rented car, so I left it for
three more days. Bought a new battery, put it in,
started right up, no problem. Drove aboit 15-20
miles, on highway, no stop and go at all. Realized i
needed gas (15miles to empty)
Got off expressway, came to red light, stopped,
went to go, and didnt realize car had died. (A/C was
on full blast high fan.  No shudder or anything.
Put car in neutral, started back up, drove to gas
station about 1/4 mile, car shut off when I came to a
stop.  Starts right back up.  (I am thinking it is
running on fumes now)
Driving home, almost every time I came to a
complete stop, it would want to die.  Every time the
a/c compressor would kick on, RPM’s would drop
real low and want to die.
Any suggestions????

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