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Re: Truck won't catch
You need three things for the engine to start, spark, air and fuel. I would check fuel pressure and make sure it is within Ford's spec. Even being just below the min psi and some engines will not start.
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HI IVE GOT A CLK HAD THE SAME PROBLEM THE TROUBLE IS YOU DONT USE THE KEY AND THE LOCK SEIZES UP I HAD TO GO IN THROUGHT THE FIRST AID KIT AND CATCH THE CABLE THAT OPERATES THE REAR SEATS THEN CLIMB INTO THE BOOT AND THERE IS TWO BOLTS AT THE LOCK UNDO THEM THEN TAKE THE LOCK OUT AND REPLACE IT OR PERCIVERE WITH PLENTY WD 40 AND TIME
if it wont turn over that means there is no spark to your spark plugs u mite check your distributor cap or it could more seriouse like the ECU in the vehicle which is the brain and I justthot of this how about changing the ignition in the steering column before anything else>
Are you getting fuel? if the pump is out then you won't get fuel and it won't start. Check for fuel at the throttle body under the air cleaner also pull a plug and connect it to the wire and ground it to the engine block to see if your getting spark. try this and let me know. I suspect the fuel pump since these last around 8-10 years before they just quit.