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I fixed pump and fuel filter is good it has new battery and alternator is good idk what eles to do ik its in fuel system
When you turn the key to on, not start, do you hear the pump turn on for a couple of seconds to pressurize the fuel system? If you do, check fuel pressure with a gauge, should be over 50 psi if multi port injection, about 20 psi if throttle body injection. If pressure is good, you may need to check the fuel injector circuit.
If no sound from the pump, you will need a voltmeter or a test light to check the fuel pump circuit. First check the fuel pump fuse. Then check for power at the gas tank on the fuel pump wire, when the engine is being cranked over. Power should be going to the pump then. If nothing, move back to the fuel pump relay-need to check for power at the relay.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: WONT START AND PAST IDLE
have a ford garage check out the fuel pump don't do it yourself if you do it will be so messed up they can't even fix it trust me i did i had to scrap the car
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
The number one problem with these cars is with clogged fuel filters. They must be changed regularly. When you say it won't start, do you mean it cranks but won't fire? That could be a fuel pressure problem due to a clogged filter.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
I had a car a couple of years back do this to me, it was the crankshaft sensor. It will not fire at all if it is bad. Luckily the part is really cheap.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
SOURCE: 200 focus dohc. good battery,
MAKE BATTERY CABLES CLEAN AND TIGHT. IF BATTERY CABLES OLD YOU CAN HAVE POOR GROUND AT GROUND BATTERY CABLE. IF BATTERY CABLES OKAY. TRY THIS PROCEDURE CAR COULD BE IN SECURITY THEFT MODE.OBTAIN ALL REMOTE TRANSMITTERS, FASTEN SEAT BELTS AND CLOSE ALL DOORS,TURN IGNITION SWITCH FROM OFF TO ON 4 TIMES WITHIN 6 SECONDS, SWITCH OFF THE IGNITION, ACOUSTIC SIGNAL WILL SOUND AND SYSTEM WARNING LAMP WILL ILLUMINATE INDICATES CORRECT PROGRAMMING, WITHIN 10 SECONDS, PRESS AND HOLD ANY REMOTE TRANSMITTER BUTTON,WAIT FOR ACOUSTIC SIGNAL AND SYSTEM WARNING LAMP FLASH INDICATES CORRECT PROGRAMMING,TO PROGRAM ANOTHER REMOTE TRANSMITTER, REPEAT ABOVE PROCEDURE WITHIN 10 SECONDS, TO EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE, TURN IGNITION SWITCH TO CRANK OR WAIT 10 SECONDS. IF THIS PROCEDURE DONT WORK HAVE CAR SCANNED FOR FAULT IN THEFT SECURITY SYSTEM YOU COULD HAVE WORN KEYS OR FAULT IN IMMOBILIZER READ COIL IN THE IGNITION SWITCH.YOU COULD HAVE FAULT IN THE IMMOBOLIZER CONTROL MODULE AND ECM
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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