Question about 1993 Ford Econoline
I have no idea what can be the problem please help!!
Check the Inertia switch. This switch is resettable and can be behind the passengers front kick panel or on the drivers side. Do a Web search for the term "1993 ford Econoline inertia switch location"
Posted on Mar 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you look on column right under switch you will see a small hole, theres the lock pin for the ignition, put key in ignition then with a small nail or pick stick in the hole push in then turn key slow you should feel pick push in the pin continue truning switch until a the dash lights come on and keep pushing in, then pull swith out, take new switch and turn key to same point as old slide in and turn key off, your done hope this helped.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
have you changed the spark plugs or cleaned with heat i would change them with new if you can afford it and be 4 putting them in i would crank engine over a few times then take a comparison reading ..if u cant do a reading then i would put several drops of oil in each cylinder put new spark plugs in and try again O when cranking over hold gas pedal all the way down and yes temp sensor can fluid if bad
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
there are two or three things that can cause black smoke on a six cylinder van.a bad fuel pressure regulator is one.it is located on the fuel rail. it is silver and has red vacuum line attached to it. remove the hose and see if fuel comes out of the regulator, if so replace the regulator. next a bad map sensor can cause black smoke. it is located under the hood.bolted to the firewall. its a black square plastic object with a wire connector attached to it, also it may have a vacuum hose attached to it. if it has a hose see if the hose is broken. otherwise just unplug the map sensor see if it changes the idle. if it does than chances are the sensor is good. you could have a bad injector also. disconnect spark plug wires one at a time. if one of them does not change than that injector maybe bad. thats all i can help with. good luck.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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