My 2000 ford explorer is not starting it will turn over
My explorer turns over but wont start
same problem with mine. Talked to a mechanic said to replace the electronic ignition module, said eventually it will die during normal driving. Trying to find a picture or location of the unit, he said they are about $130 new.
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What could cause a 95 Ford Explorer to turn over but not start? It could be a lot of things causing it not to start. If it is turning over it could be the alternator or carburetor causing it not to start. An alternator is an electromechanical device that converts mechanical energy to electrical energy in the form of alternating current. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- led work light
You should have a switch under the dash and then just turn it to the off position. If you don't or it doesn't work (like mine) then, there is 2 fuses under the dash, put the key in the ignition and turn it forward, pull one of the fuses out and then start the car that should reset it. Then you should be able to put the fuse back. Sometimes if you put the fuse back before starting it the alarm will just continue to try and reset itself, but not start the car. If that doesn't work I have a mechanic who can pull the whole alarm out and when hes done it would look like nothing has ever been installed. Hes very good. I ended having him take my alarm out when I had the same incident happen after the 2nd time.
The next thing to check is 1: The starter solenoid (usually on the fender with batt. wire connected to it)
2: Use a breaker bar and manually turn engine at center crank bolt (clockwise). Either the solenoid is out or you have something more $/serious with the engine mechanically.