A good way of diagnosing a problem like that is to remember you need 3 things to run an engine. Fuel, air, and a spark. Make sure the engine is getting gas. Make sure the spark plugs are firing. Make sure your engine is getting air. By working your way through those areas, you'll likely find the problem.
I have a 1996 ford escort that will not start and it has a new starter on it and a new battery in it but it still will not start
Often cars that are parked overnight need to be recharged. It is possible that the battery has died and needs a replacement or a jump to start.
Check fuel. plugs, battery, wires
There could be several reasons why a 1997 Ford Escort will not start. A few reasons could be the starter, the battery, spark plugs and wires, or even a blown engine.
Start with the fuel pump. I have found in purchasing vehicles that have been parked for any length of time that I had always had to replace the fuel pump, strainer and filter.
I SEEM TO HAVE A RINGING SOUND WHEN MY CAR IS PARKED IN THE GARAGE. THOUGHT IT WA THE AUX COOLING, BUT GOES AWAY WHEN I START THE CAR. I SEEM TO HAVE A RINGING SOUND WHEN MY CAR IS PARKED IN THE GARAGE. THOUGHT IT WA THE AUX COOLING, BUT GOES AWAY WHEN I START THE CAR.
either something shorted in the computer when re-connecting, or your grammar implies that you are trying to start it with no battery...which obviously would mean you should first re-connect the battery
The battery, cables and starter may be bad.
MY XK8 WAS IN THE GARAGE FOR ABOUT 7 WEEKS AND THE BATTERY WOULD NOT START THE CAR BUT EVERYTHING ELSE CAME ON.
some times you have to reset the computer.
sounds like you need a NEW battery once a battery is 2 to 3 years old the cold will kill a battery
iT CAN BE EITHER FUEL OR FIRE. taKE IT TO A GARAGE.
It will start if the battery is fully charged. But you will soon (in less than an hour in most cases) end up with a dead battery requiring you to have the vehicle hauled to the garage anyways.
Saturns don't like the cold. Keep your battery in good condition and try to garage it.
I don't own a 95 ford escort. But if I did, and the motor turned over but would not start, I'd look at either the ignition module or fuel pump first.
are you saying vehicle will not start when hot? if so, i would get battery checked if battery is old, it loses cranking amps and will not supply enough to start a hot engine
Check all earth wires from battery to engine and earths from body to engine
Does it turn over? Does it have spark? Does it have fuel?
That's not a question. Try asking"Why won't my ford escort start?"
take off the timing belt cover and see if your timing belt is not shredded
Bad starter Bad battery Bad connection on battery cables. Faulty ignition switch
If the battery is good and fully charged but the engine will not turn over then either the starter or the ignition switch is defective. Or you have a loose or corroded connection.
The first thing you want to check is your battery state of charge. If your car has been sitting that long, I can almost guarantee that your battery is dead. If it's been sitting that long, your best bet is to replace the battery.
Battery is most likely dead.
...because its a 95 Escort.