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My 1999 ford explorer wont start.

I went out to go to work and my 1999 ford explorer would not start i called my buddy and he ask me if the check engine light was on when i turned the key on and to my suprise its not what could be the problem please help and thank you.

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  • wbclaude Dec 05, 2008

    its turning over but wont start it has no fuel at the fuel rail and no spark the check engine light is not coming on when you fist turn the key on

  • wbclaude Dec 05, 2008

    the fuel pump is running. the problem is that the check engine light wont come on when the key is turned on .if i recall from working in the garage the check engine light needs to come on when the key is on in order for it to run. ive had two people tell me that it could be crank sensor and or the cam sensor. i just dont know?

  • stoneliome Jan 21, 2009

    is it turning over slow or fast if slow it's your starter

  • Danny Murray
    Danny Murray May 11, 2010

    Is it turning over or trying to start ? We need to know what it is doing in order to help.Please let us know any sounds you hear or dont hear when you try to start it

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When you first turn the key you should hear a buzzing sound coming from the fuel pump if not check your fuses if they all check ok then it is probably a fauty fuel pump

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