Question about 1990 Ford Escort
Husband has already replaced coil, wires, dist. cap, rotor assy. When he tries to start the car it turns over but will not start. There is power to the coil but no power out. I'm hoping it is not the ECM. What other suggestions do you have? If it is the ECM does it have to be flashed first or can we buy a good used one? I ask only because my 96 Firebird had to be flashed when I had to replace it.
The first thing i would do is check the timing and and if the timing is off i would replace the timing belt i would do that first and the other thing is the crank sensor if the timing and the belt is good.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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