Question about Ford E-150
It's getting fire and gas but won't crank over
My first thought would be if you checked the timing . bring the no. 1 cylinder to top dead center and see if the rotor for that cylinder is properly located. if not , the timing chain may have moved , considering the mileage you may have. have you checked for compression. check the basic stuff first. you didnt say how many miles were on the engine ??
Posted on Dec 14, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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