Question about 2002 Ford E250
You have to first test if you have 1) A spark 2) fuel. Try turning the engine over and check for the smell of fuel from the engine or exhaust. If you smell fuel then you may not have a spark. If it is a fuel problem it could be the fuel sender unit inside the tank. It could also be a bad ground or a broken wire going to the sender unit. Test one idea at a time until you narrow down what is not working.
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