Question about 2007 Mercury Mountaineer
Relays pump egr IAC all new
See there were several postings. Was internal fuel tank screen good when pump was changed? Was disposable fuel filter changed? I had similar problems and it turned out that the internal filter screen broke apart and clogged the fuel lines.
The crankshaft sensor was also bad as fuel pump was tested during internal tank filter work.
Also check your injector wires. Even having fuel pressure is nothing if the injectors are not opening to let fuel into the cylinders.
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 cougar 2.5 won't start
Could you tell me if you have check the following:
1. MAF sensor
2. Fuel pressure sensor
3. Fuel temperature sensor
4. Inertia shut off switch
5. Throttle Position sensor.
Let me know if all the components are fitted and working correctly, I can then give you more information.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
Well when you turn the keys on the pump will only run for a few seconds A test light works ok but i would use a volt meeter at th efuel pump power and groung wires and measure the voltage while cranking the car
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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