Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Repoed explorer back from a 4 yr old sale and when got it i had to tow it, the key didn't work, i had ford dealer make new keys, they had it started and a month later i went to pick it up it would not start, the mechanic tapped the fuel tank and then it started, i towed it from MD to PA cause did not have plate, it did not start when got back to PA, put new fuel pump in it, still don't start, checked fuel pressure and am getting 38 psi, checked spark and have none, what should i do now?
Check B+ supply to the coil pack , red with lite green trace ! What engine does it have ? 4.0 or 5.0 L Crankshaft position sensor . Videos on youtube showing how to test .
Posted on May 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely the tow company hooked up the chains wrong when towing your car. Was this a flatbed tow truck or the two wheel dolly that only lifts up the front of your car? If the tow truck was a flatbed then when the car was pulled onto it the chains were probably hooked up wrong and a lower control arm got bent which would create your car to pull when driving. If it was a dolly type and the e-brake was left on then one of your tires has a flat spot and could be creating a radial pull. Take the vehicle to a repair shop that does free alignment checks and ask them to inspect the suspension for damage/ bent parts that could have been created by a tow chain.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
After time, the wires at the end of shifter break because they were cut short at factory and have little or no play. You will have to take column cover off where you can splice wire back together. It’s best to solder them together for best contact.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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