replace fuel pump regulator. cost, about $7.00 or, hit gas tank with a rubber mallot and try to start. are you getting gas? are you getting spark? you could have a fuel pump problem...buy turning the car key to the on possition having the door open and listen under the vehicke...if you hear a buzzing sound each time your turn the key to on...then check for spark...you could also have a problem with the inertia switch.
Where is the crank sinsor on a 98 ford explorer sport
Do you mean no crank/no start or crank/no start.... to put it simply, does the engine turn over?
why does my ford expedition crank over but not start all the time
Start by replacing the battery in the remote.
why wont my 1995 ford explorer not start? It just makes a clicking noise?
problably your crank positioning sensor, on the front of motor, behind crank pulley. about a $40.00 dollar part. good luck
you dont its dead you blew a head gasket check your oil it has water in it .Type your answer here...
underneath the rear of the truck - lets down with a crank
When you open the hood for your engine compartment does the underhood light come on ? If not , it sounds like a dead battery or a poor cable connection to the battery
The " F " in Ford and the first " E " in Explorer would be capital letters
The Ford Explorer was introduced in 1991. There are no 1990 Explorers to take a transmission from.
there is no 1999 escape are you thinking explorer or a 2001-2004 escape?
mass air flow sensor
Either no spark or no gas
A loose belt on the motor.
There are several things that can cause your 1996 Ford Explorer to stall in start hard. The most common cause is a fuel pump that is going bad.
because its a ford...
Starting with the 1995 models of the Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED ( so , the answer would be NO )
Not only would the safety switch keep the engine from starting up, the starter would make no attempt to crank the engine over.
I believe it was in 1995 when Ford came out with what is referred to as the second generation of the Explorer (Helpfull)
A 2003 Ford Explorer may not start if the battery is dead, no spark is being generated or it is out of fuel. The exact cause must be determined by a mechanic.
A mechanical problem is causing your Ford Explorer not to lock with the bottom when your start the car.