Question about 1995 Ford Windstar
The van was running fine. Had a snow storm over night and went to start it up, but it would not start. It will sputter, and turn over very briefly, then nothing.
If you have good spark through your plugs, and good air compression from your piston heads. Then check for fuel pressure through your Shrader valve. The pressure should read 35 to 45 psi with the key on and engine off. If you have the proper pressure, check your fuel injector wires for each of your injectors (there are 6). After that it my be a problem with your camshaft position sensor (cmp). That sensor maybe under your intake manifold. All in all it does sound like a fuel problem. I hope this helps.
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