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Ford Expedition Frozen wont start

We had below 30 degree weather. I started the truck to warm up in the am, which it did...but 10 minutes later it just turned off. Can any help on this issue?

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Could be frozen fuel line, try gas line antifreeze,if that wont work you might have to get it towed to a warm place to let it thaw

Posted on Jan 18, 2013

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SOURCE: 2000 Ford Expedition wont start

On the engine there is a tube that supplies fuel to the fuel injectors, on that tube there is a valve, like a metal tire valve, this is the fuel pressure test port, you will need a special guage to check the pressure that screws onto that valve, Kragen and other parts stores sell this test kit, it is very inexpensive, about $20.00, but cheaper than having a shop do it for you, if you do the test and you have no pressure while cranking the engine then your fuel pump is bad, the pump is in the gas tank, a big job and dangerous due to chance of fire if you are not cautious.

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SOURCE: 1999 F250 SD 7.3L cold starting problem

Yes, my 2003 did the same with about 75k miles on it, stranded me on days it stayed under 40F unless I plugged in the block heater the night before, then it started like a champ. Dealer replaced the relay and a control unit under ESP warranty. There's no way to fix this one without throwing parts at it.

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SOURCE: 1997 Ford expedition intermittent start problem

the expeditions are know for having injectors stick open and will flood the cylinder causing hydolock, when it does this again remove the spark plugs and have someone roll the engine over, if fuel comes out of one of the cylinders then that cylinders injector is at fault. the motor will turn over after it sits because all the fuel will eventually run past the piston rings.

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SOURCE: 1998 ford expedition wont start. theft like is

If you are reseting a factory alarm...lock and unlock the drivers door with the key. If you don't know the code look under the dash driver side in left corner there should be a black cover with a sticker with a code on it 6 numbers that is the factory code.

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SOURCE: Ford 1994 Explorer. After 20-30 minutes of

yes the egr could be clogged or loosing vaccum check the valve by taking it out or looking to see if the pickup tube on the valve is bad or has a pin hole in it.

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