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check fuel pressure regulator
Check firing order, timing, etc. If it will pop but not start it sounds a lot like timing. Check the plug wires and make sure they're connected right.
if it has spark plugs check the distributor cap and/or rotor button for corrosion
have the heaters check, i had the same problem but fixed when changed heaters.
check your fuse box and relay box.
check for loose connections
check cam or crank sensor
Check if the alternator's working.
Check the fuses.
Check/replace Rotor Check for spark at plugs
Check your connection or ground wire. Also check your spark plugs
Check to see if it getting spark/fuel Check rotor
Check for loosed wiring connections on the pump area. Check the wire plugs, ground, and exc.
First check all the wire contacts and if that is not the problem, then check the ign. switch where the key goes. Might have to replace that. Check with Ford for the replacement.
Right click the program then click "Pin to Start Menu". Now check the start menu it should be there.
Either your starter solenoid, if not check the neutral safety or clutch safety switch.
If it is the same problem that appeared on my '04, it is going to be the instrument cluster. The speedometer is part of it and couldn't be changed independently. Mine started bouncing some when I would first start it up, then start working normal. I ignored that for a while. Then it got to where it would not move at all till I had driven some , then it would start working right. It finally got where it wouldn't move at all or just peg out. I had the cluster changed and that fixed it.
First check the small glass on the right. Warning , this might be deceptive because the glass may be dirty. Next , start the engine for one minute, shut it down and immidiate check the oil level. Good luck.
check on the interenet :) cant be right here :) :)
fualty gaskett, or installed incorrctly most likely you have coolant in your combustion chamber, check your oil for coolant.
Check fuses as the battery change should not initiate a "No Start" condition.
check your distributor ignition module and go test it...
Check the crank sensor
check to be sure the routing of belt is correct