Question about 1994 Ford F150 Styleside Supercab
We changed the plugs and put new wires on it. It still won't start but it's getting fuel. It may be getting too much fuel. It has almost 200,000 miles and don't think the timing belt(chain?) has ever been changed. Any suggestions??
Test the spark by taking out the plug and put it in the wire and put it to the block and have a freind turn the key and watch for a blue spark
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
First of all if you or someone you know has a timing light check the timing to see if it is in time and if it is in time then that is not the problem then second check the condition of the battery make sure it is fully charged and then check the alternator you can do this by getting the truck running and then remove the positive side cable from the battery if it dies then it is the alternator and if it doesn't die then test the starter because there maybe a draw in the starter and before you test the starter make sure all wires are clean on the starter as well as the battery posts
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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