Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
Went to start my 2004 explorer and it tries to start and if it does it barely runs and blows white smoke smelling like fuel out the exhaust. Should I start with the electronic fuel sensor?
My friend with that white smoke coming out the muffler means your head gasket is blown. With the head gasket blown their is not enough compression so it will barely start. Check for coolant in oil or viceversa
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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