Question about Ford Explorer
New fuel filter and fuel pump, tune up, converters cleaned
Read the codes or have a parts store read them (often for free) and perhaps you will get a clue. Sure sounds as if you may have a dirty EGR.
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ford runs entirely on vacuum so if you replaced all the above mentioned the issue most likely is vacuum dry-rotted lines etc... however if it is equipped with a fuel shut off locate it and pull it to reactivate the flow of fuel sounds most likely just that from having been an owner as well
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
What engine code is stored in the computer? You may have a bad TPS (throttle postioning sensor), or a bad O2 sensor. Auto Zone can retrieve the code for you, and tell you what sensor it is related to.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
SOURCE: 2001 ford e250 5.4 v8...vehicle
Are you try scanned the PCM to know if some fault codes are stored there? Are you check injectors? We recommend to de-pressurize your fuel system. Disconnect the power to your fuel pump, by either disconnecting it's power supply, or pulling the fuel pump fuse or relay. Once the fuel pump has no power, crank the engine for a few seconds. The engine might start, but should die a few seconds later. If it continues to idle, then you didn't disconnect your fuel pump.
Once the fuel system is de-pressurized, we can begin to remove various parts from the engine bay to help clear up room. On a typical system, there is a fuel feed, and fuel return. For these types of systems, you would need to disconnect both of the lines, and then disconnect the fuel pressure regulator. The fuel injectors are held in with clips that hold the harness to the injector. Remove these clips, and pop off the wiring harnesses. The fuel rail is held in with a few bolts. Remove these bolts, and then the fuel rail should be loose. Pull the fuel rail out of the intake manifold or cylinder head, and you can now easily remove the fuel injectors.
Couldn't start his but had 40 psi fuel pressure, but even though it turned over. Are you check crankshaft, this is located crank sensor under the a/c compressor, to the left of the balancer. The camshaft sensor is in the timing cover usually behing the PS (Power Steering) fluid tank. FInally, try jumping or bypassing the fuel pump relay to test if have pressure, if this work, then go to the next device, fuel filter, then next at fuel pressure regulator and this way so on.
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Posted on Feb 09, 2011
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