Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Do you have fuel pressure at the fuel rail? How about spark at the spark plugs? There are many things on a fuel injected vehicle that could cause it to not start. Honestly I can name 10 off top of my head and as you have already found out, it could just end up being a endless money pit. How did you determine there was a problem with the fuel pump? If you can provide more detailed information myself or one of the other Auto Technicians here could possibily give you some guidance..
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Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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