Question about 1996 Ford Probe
My probe was working fine until it died at an intersection. I pulled away when the light turned green and the car suddenly died and the gas pedal went to the ground. We towed it home and began looking at everything. The engine turns over but won't start. We checked the timing belt, the fuel pump relay, and the inertia switch, and all are fine. We are thinking the fuel pump might need to be replaced but don't know if this is correct or how to do it. Is this the next likely option? How do we do this?
My 96 Probe GT had the same thing. I changed the fuel pump and thought i fixed the problem. Not so. I then changed the crankshaft position senser and that was my problem.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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