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My 2002 Ford Explorer upper hose blew off while on highway. immediately exited and seen the hose. re-attatched hose, put water in truck and not it will not turn over. mechanic shop tested wires and no spark? which should i change out first? coils, plugs, wires? thanks

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  • r1go2 Jul 23, 2009

    engine will not turn over. did not run hot, hose was loose and blew off. towed to mechanic shop. no spark from wires ect. thinking maybe the water messed up the plugs, coil. wires. ect?

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Here are the sequences to check before changing parts Otherwise your investment in parts is not economical..
1- No sparks, check the coil.
2- Coil has primary and secondary coil needas to be checked befroe replacement.
3- After Coil check is good, make sure it can spark.
4- If it is not spark then the problem is not from a coil, it is the ignition Module.
5- Then keep going backward to Key switch to find the root cause. Good luck

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Does your engine turn over?When you say your upper hose blew off To me it meant your engine ran hot.You put the hose back on and filled the truck with water.So you drove it to the shop?Did you have to tow the truck after this happened?I don' know what to say! It seems like you have a blown head gasket,or you blew your engine,I need more info to help you.

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