Question about 1991 Ford F250
Still will not start with new fuel filter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 98 FORD RANGER
when this happens check for spark at the plug,
and have someone crank it over for you and check for fuel pressure at the bleeder valve is there fuel but just trickles out check with pressure gauge.
next check crank sensor if you have a dis system.
if all else fails check the ECM or the ignition module
hope this helps
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Ford Expedition won't start
start with the fuel pump as it is the easiest. turn the key on as tho you were going to start it so the dash trouble lights come on. leave it like that and go to the rear of the vehicle and listen for a buzzing or whirring noise. sometimes taking the gas cap off and listening helps
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
If you have the 6.0 ltr diesel, then check the bowl where the 2nd fuel filter is, see if there is fuel in the bowl, if not then either your fuel pump which is on the frame under the driver's side in the water seperator/ heater has gone bad, or your filters could be bad, or the fuse to the fuel pump or the pump shut off switch which is located on the side panel at your feet on the passengers side, there is a reset button, make sure it has not popped and press it down, hopefully this helps, I had the same prob.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Look for a fusible link that has gone bad. If you are not familiar with this please read some before you explore. The 'fusible link' from a distance looks like any other wire but on close exam it is rubbery and some what stretchy as well. There are several wires coming from the solenoid so be careful and pull gently on each one until you find the one that feels stretchy. Try and find an obvious 'burn' area and or a total split in the line. I hope this helps.
Again be sure to read some on fusible links.
Here is a generic pic of some fusible links - so you know they look just like a regular wire but their sheath is different as in more stretchy :
Best of it.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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