Question about 2008 Ford S-Max 2.0
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If youve ran through everything as in the spark if its getting fuel, if it has compression remove number one place a finger over the hole and have someone turn it over if it tries to push your finger out then it has compression be careful dont stick you finger in if you dont have to it can push it out with lots of forced air. If it is none of those it might also be the timing a slight bump to the distributer and knock off the timing on some models(keep plug in boot for number one cylinder place plug against metal on engine have someone turn it over if thats sparking timing might be ok. So if you have fuel getting to it, spark and compession it might also be this little bugger known as an inertia switch usually found on the right passenger side it depends on the vehicle as to where exactly and if it is equipt with one. press the little button to reset the ball bearing to reestablish contact
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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