Note: The sympton with my van was it started but started to require a few trys to get it started....then it required 4-5 trys. Eventually I could not get it started. If I was able to get it started it stayed running and ran fine.
At the risk of sounding like my dad, any internal combustion engine requires three things to run: -Fuel -'Fire' -Compression
Sounds as though you're looking at the most likely problem areas.
Some additional input:
-Fuel: Just because you replaced the fuel filter, that doesn't mean you're getting fuel. If you've replaced all that other stuff without blowing anything up, try disconnecting the fuel line at the point where it enters the carb/injector system, stick a can or fuel-proof container under the end and try cranking the engine a couple times. If nothing comes out, you've got a bad fuel pump. (As previously mentioned in some of my GM related rants, the fuel pump is in the gas tank. Good luck.) -'Fire': Using a thick glove or rag, disconnect one of the plug wires and hold it close to the engine block while someone cranks the engine a couple times. If no electrical flash between the plug wire and ground, you're still missing something in the ignition system. -Compression: Probably not an issue, unless you've already confirmed you've got fuel and 'fire'. Even with a blown head gasket, the thing should try to fire and maybe even run-roughly.
First thing DONT EVER hold the spark plug wire with any part of YOU when cranking over the van or any car .if it there is a very high voltage that can kill you before that the easyest way to test the fuel pump is to have somone turn the ignition to on not to start just till the radio wiper work but of couse have them turned off so you can hear . listen right at the gas refill door if your FUEL PUMP is working you will here it prime for startup.. If you dont here anything then start cheking fuses if all fuses are ok then your pump is fubar Iv had to replace mine. Just remember its either gas or electrical that will stop your vehical from starting .After rereading your Q if it starts and runs and stops and will not start again that sounds like the FUEL FILTER had that happen to me too. The fuel filter when cold at first start it allows fuel threw butt after fuel passing threw the filter heats up by friction and swells up making it inpassable IE no start but engine crancks but wont start that is the first thing to check from what you discribed good luck
Whats wrong when an 86 ford aerostar keeps trying to start after the engine is running?
check the torsion dampener.
check for fuel pressure to see if it's within spec the take a peak at the timing belt cover to see timing belt
Check the all wire connections, especially the harness that connects to the CAS. If that is loose or dirty the car will not start/run.
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It depends what the problem is with Safari. There are numerous known glitches (some have been fixed) to Safari. It would be best to specify exactly what is wrong with Safari.
I think the second is right. The first one is defenetly wrong.
I had the same thing happen. The battery cable came off the battery in my case, loose connection.
= "What could be wrong with the power steering and breaks are vibrating really bad on 1999 safari what could be wrong?" It started when I pushed on my breaks while in the park position =
If your heart rate increases AFTER running, there is something wrong and you need to see your doctor. Heart rate increases WHILE you are running, and should start to come down after the running stops.
Needs a tune up?
Start with replacing the fuel filter.
went out today in my 56 plate tranny no probs stopped at shop then wouldnt start not even turning over had to be towed home help whats wrong ?
The pathfinder may be running to rich. It could be the 02 senser,air flow senser, or bad gas
No.That is wrong. You can get it in the great marsh safari game.
Mail: It can bounce if the id of the recipient is wrong, and can be stopped by a firewall.
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It may have lost oil pressure. Is the oil full? Insufficient oil is the most common but not the only cause of low oil pressure.
It sounds to me you are using a fuel to low in octane, either that or your timing is wrong. Try running on 95 or higher octane fuel.
it hurts them
that something is wrong with it
Sounds like you are low on compression. should be 120-130 psi>
Obviously if it will not start, there IS something wrong with it.
I think by the year 2000 they stopped making Supras. As in they built the 1999 suprathen stopped. (I could be wrong)
there is a new president now that they shot the wrong dinosaur.