When my V6 fuel pump was inoperative the engine sputtered and made bad sounds like it had jumped time. It was the fuse (thousands of miles since) and was fixed in the parking lot quickly - had me worried for a few minutes though.
check the crankshaft and/or camshaft position sensors, if they are not working the ECU will not "see" the engine turning, therefore no need to spark..
if your turning signal is not working it maybe the turn signal. it was like that in my 93
The engine won't run.
that depends on what car you are working on
Have you checked for a computer code? That vehicle should have either a crankshaft position sensor or a camshaft position sensor. Make sure it is working properly.
A diagnostic tester can tell you if the camshaft sensor is not working properly. Most Ford dealerships have diagnostic testers.
the camshaft sensor is located on the distribator,near back of motor-under distribator-cap.if not working usually causes back-fire and loss of engine power,as if running out of gas
yes horn is not working
try turning on the hot water
intex sand filter is not working on filter only working on recirculate position.....what should we do
That the war of "attrition" was not working.
No power, Not working, Not turning on, EXC.
It depends on what you are working on. Some just slide off and some have to be pulled off with a puller.
are you using 'retire' in place of died. Lincoln died, he was assassinated.
Normally if the crank sensor fails while running,the engine can keep running with just a working camshaft sensor.
the air suspension stopped working on my 1994 lincoln
He gets it by working hard.
Check to see if the brake lights are working Shift interlock is the same circuit Try turning the key to 1st position after lock without engine running--then shift to neutral to start vehicle
Check to see if the stop lights are working - shift interlock is the same circuit If they are not working check the stop light fuse. Try turning the key to "on" position without starting vehicle then shift to Neutral to start and then shift to Drive
Camshaft sensor is working intermittently, could cause a hard start or no start
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Try turning it off and on again.