Question about 1991 Mercury Capri
Battery was installed backwards. The car was not started like this. Battery was changed as soon as it was realized, under a minute. Found that an 80 amp fuse had been blown, replaced that. Now there is no power to fuel pump. Located what is thought to be inertia switch in trunk area, no power to it either. When turning key, engine turns, but will not start. what next?
Power for the fuel system comes from the ECU. I would start by trying to read the fault codes. If you can not get the reader to communicate with the ECU, I would replace the ECU. Warning: it is expensive. I get mine from wrecking yards.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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