Question about Ford Explorer
Start by checking all the fuses for fuel pumps, ignition, etc... CHECK ALL FUSES. Next you can check the spark by removing one spark plug and looking to see if there is any sign of gas/ wetness on it... Meaning if you're getting fuel or not to fire the engine. Reconnect the spark plug wire and set it on a metal surface, preferably the motor block or exhaust manifold. Have one person crank the motor over and the other person check to see if the spark plug is firing (sparking). Or to make QUICK diagnosis grab some "starting fluid" and spray into the intake for a second or two, then crank it over, if it sputters or starts then it's a fuel problem, if it does absolutely nothing then It's an ignition problem.
Posted on Oct 12, 2013
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