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My 2004 Explorer cranks over but won't start?.......pls pls help?
First lets see if it's missing spark or fuel do this. Remove a spark plug wire insert a screwdriver into the boot and then hold the metal part of the screwdriver 1/2 in. away from a metal part of the engine block then have someone crank the engine while you watch for spark, to check for fuel. locate and remove the plastic cap on the fuel rail then depress the schraeder valve and then have someone turn the switch on fuel should spray out. Note do these tests in this order to prevent fire. When you find what's missing, use testimonial to find out what to do next. I would explain how to troubleshoot either problem but just one is going to take long enough. I'll wait for several hours for you to reply. If you can't do it now then some other time. I hope this helps. Take care. Remember to use testimonial to reply or just say Hi! Thanks
on Jan 19, 2019
No heat,damper door opening closing cyclic fasion
Sounds like the blend door. Unfortunately it is under the center of the dashboard. When you get to the point where you are removing the lower plastic framework under the dash, just cut the plastic between the two screws under the driver's side bottom, that way you do not have to remove the entire dashboard.
on Jan 13, 2019
Power windows stopped working.
Look in your owners manual for the underhood fuse box. There are some models which have several sets of fuses. Also check your window lockout button which should be on the drivers door or center console. This is a safety feature to keep kids from playing with the windows.
It is not impossible to lose 2 motors at once, because I've done that, but 4 window motors at once is a stretch. Hope this helps.
on Sep 11, 2018
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