Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Check the Main Relay and fuse.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 Hyundai elantra
Hi there they are known to have dramas with the pick up for the immobilizer i would be getting that checked first before spending money on something .else
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
SOURCE: 1989 Ford Bronco 5.0 engine
Timing is everything. Try testing you PCM. It's the little gray box near the base of your distributor. If you have spark, and fuel at the rail (plus good fuel rail pressure) than the timing is your problem.
Check the pet-**** on the fuel rail assembly to make sure the fuel at the rail is under presure and getting to your injectors. Then again make sure you have spark, lastly you should be able to test the trouble codes to see if your PCM is the issue.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Does your dash display the Car symbol with a padlock? Sounds like a problem with the Passlock system (AntiTheft) One thing you can do is put about a tablespoon of gas in the throat of the fuel injection and see if your car will run...if it does, anti-theft may be engaged and not allowing your fuel injectors to come on.
Posted on May 31, 2009
had this same problem for a month. tried new batteries...didnt work. tried new terminals...didnt work. finally talked to mechanic he checked and the starter was bad...had it replaced....Perfect, works great...fherr
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Look for a fusible link that has gone bad. If you are not familiar with this please read some before you explore. The 'fusible link' from a distance looks like any other wire but on close exam it is rubbery and some what stretchy as well. There are several wires coming from the solenoid so be careful and pull gently on each one until you find the one that feels stretchy. Try and find an obvious 'burn' area and or a total split in the line. I hope this helps.
Again be sure to read some on fusible links.
Here is a generic pic of some fusible links - so you know they look just like a regular wire but their sheath is different as in more stretchy :
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Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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