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2001 Ford Expedition does not start just turns over fuses are not blow but not getting current out of a solid yellow wire and a solid green wire that lead to the fuse box under the hood?

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2005-11-05 13:55:11
2005-11-05 13:55:11

This happened to me once. You will need to take it to a dealership the sensor is gone. I don't know the name of the sensor but it maybe on a recall. But mine would not start either, so eventually I had to put the truck in neutral and then start it keeping my foot on the excelerator and then pop into drive. Be careful when doing this it may jerk. And the truck did cut off at intersections so I had to keep my distant for the vehicle in front of me. And do the same thing until I got to the dealership. I ended up paying about $110.00 for them to repalce it. It has worked fine eversince.

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