Spray some throttle body cleaner into the throttle body and see if the truck will start, if it does, then you have a fuel delivery problem. Hook a fuel pressure gauge to the fuel rail and just turn the key on and see if you get a reading. If not, then it is either a clogged fuel filter or yoru fuel pump is gone. Mine go tquite noisey and then started to give me a check engine light when I tried to accelerate on highway in overdrive, almost like the engine was losing power and hesitate and then kick in and throw the check engine light. I ended up changign it out, had to drop the fuel tank to change it out so if you do, prepare by letting fuel get low. But realize once you get a new pump keep it above 1/4 tank, The fuel pump uses the fuel to keep it cool and too much of it not submerged has led to it heating up and failing. Once you change one of these fuel pumps, you don't want to do it again......at least for a week.
wiring to fuel pump in tank
I would start with the Pickup Coil and the Crank Sensor.
No, it will crank, but it will not start.
Is there just a gear or a timing chain on a 1985 ford bronco 11 2.8 liter V 6.
Crank no start.
Your child in the backseat.
The 92 model did not have a crank sensor on it. Sounds like it won't start. I would check the ignition module that is bolted to the Distributor plate underneith the distributor cap. That can cause a no spark and no fuel.
could be the fuel pump not working. when you go to start the truck just turn the key on and go to the gas tank and listen if you can hear the fuel pump running. should sound like a whining sound.
Assuming the battery and starter crank the engine, check for fuel and spark. You are probably missing one of those.
bad crank sensor
Might be fuel pump. Also may be pickup coil in distributor or crank/cam sensor if no distributor.
It is probably the alternator that is whining - and not charging so you have run out of battery power and it won't turn over.
wont crank or wont start http://www.kick-fix.com/nostart.html if it wont crank backup 1 page find no crank.
You either have a shorted out starter are the starter wires are shorted out.
Whining has been around since the beginning of time. It is just a way to show your disapproval or dissatisfaction with the current event. It comes naturally to most animals and humans.
You need to bclear, does it crank or not crank?----for starters.
No. But it may give you a clue why you needed a jump start in the first place.
Crank but not start and run, possible. Not to crank, start or run, no. No lights or horn, no.
how to ins toll a crank sensor on a 95 Mitsubishi 6v, but first of all my car crank to the point that it wanted to start but it does not start what might be the problem.
i need to know. my1996 1600 geotracker engine carries a crank sensor, i am replacing it with a vitara engine but it does not carry a crank sensor. the vitara distributor only has two wires. how do i configure, cause the geo distributor has 7 wires
There isn't one set answer for this. It'll have to do with the displacement of the engine, the output of the starter required to get it to crank at enough speed to start, etc. Huge difference between, say, a 4.6 liter Land Rover V8 and a 12.0 liter Detroit Diesel 8V92 diesel V8.
crank or cam shaft position sensor is sometime the issue.it will not fuel if it cannot find the position of the cam or crank
could be the crank sensor, the go out. the have a reputation for that.
Yes it can