2007 Ford focus stalling, check engine light

Asked by Guru9JPV8 Jul 11, 2018 at 05:38 AM about the 2007 Ford Focus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2007 Ford Focus.  It has over 160k miles on it, check engine light has been on for 2 years since I bought it, I always something new.  Last several months I"ve had issues with stalling at every intersection.  Before it was sputtering, jerking at times.  I wound up taking it in and having some kind of Vacuum leak taken care of.  When I had the codes checked at Advanced Auto, I was told it was reading MAP sensor and O2 sensor.   I had also replaced a MAF sensor and some sort of Transmission relay system.  Still stalling, no jerking or sputtering anymore.  Check engine light was off for a week just came back on.  Also, i looked it up and what looks like the "Antitheft" icon briefly came on once while driving on the freeway yesterday.  Bout ready to trade this POS in for something different and take on a car payment.  Ideas?

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could be cracked hose. check all front end hoses.

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