Question about 1989 Ford Probe
Wouldn't start again. Changed distributor, tries to start, but won't turn over . . .
Check out your fuel cut-off switch in the driver's side trunk wheel-well. Black box with top switch. If the switch is soft this may be your problem. I replaced 3, because they rotted out, but the engine light didn't go on. The car tried to start but wouldn't... no fuel allowed to the engine. This is a safety feature in case of an accident... the button "pops" on impact.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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