Yes, but highly unlikely. Depressurize the system by letting the fuel bleed off out the Schraeder valve on the fuel rail. This will look like an aluminum valve similar to the valve on the rim of the tire....it'll be on top of the motor on a fuel line with a black cap covering it. Anyways, bleed it the same as you would let air out of the tire (watch it doesn't spray you). Once it's bled, turn the key to on (not start) for 5 seconds and try depressurizing it again. If fuel doesn't spray out again, it'll be fuel pump related. If it does spray out, chances are it's an ignition or related parts failure.
It would have to be plugged solid-not letting any air in at all
The fuel filter could cause a start and stall. Other causes could include the fuel pump, computer, various sensors, and ignition system.
It could, a plugged fuel filter can cause a hard/no start.
Start by checking your fuel filter.
Yes, if it is clogged.
No, not at all.
Still won't start? Does that mean it didn't start before you replaced the filter? Obviously it wasn't the filter. Get back to basics. Test for spark and fuel. A filter is almost never the cause of a no-start.
It could be the idle control P1507
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Dirty fuel filter or air filter.
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.
Did you get some debris in the fuel tank? There is a fuel pump "pickup" filter that prevents debris from enterning the fuel pump. If that filter is plugged the pump will not be able to produce enough filter to start the engine.
There are several things that can cause your 1992 Honda Accord to start and then die out. The most common cause is an inconsistent flow of fuel. This can be caused by a dirty fuel filter.
It sure will. When you suspect a clogged filter, replace it.
It could be several things, start with the fuel filter, it can cause issues such as this, another thing could be the fuel pump losing pressure. If it is the factory pump, it may need replacement. Hope this helps.
I would start with the fuel filter being clogged. Sounds like a fuel problem to me I would start with the fuel filter being clogged. Sounds like a fuel problem to me
I don't know about the Explorer but I had an experience with a Ford Mustang. I changed about everything I could think of related to the non-starting problem. Then I discovered there was a filter in the gas tank. Changed it and the problem disappeared!
your starter may not be good your timing may be out check compression do a complete tune up most people dont change fuel filter no1 cause for hard start :]
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could be the timing belt if it is broken it will turn over all day but wont start could also be fuel pump and filter it the pump is bad or the filter is severly clogged you will have the same problem
Hard starting and engine stalling. Eventually the filter will become completely clogged and the engine will not start.
why does my ford expedition crank over but not start all the time
Spray some carburetor cleaner into the intake. If it starts then the problem is ignition related.i have just learned that it could also be a very dirty air intake filter, if the filter is clogged combustion cannot take place.jay
I would check the fuel pressure first. It could be a clogged fuel filter, or bad fuel pump.