Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
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 now it will not turn over. mechanic shop tested wires and fuel pump.. both good. ive changed plugs and wires. Comments:
can i check the coil / coil pack?
turns over kinda weak and sounds like its spinning faster?
A Different mechanic checked and it is getting fire, and fuel pump is working properly. he thinks it may have jumped timing.. He doesnt sund too sure. any advice?
Check your crankshaft positioning sensor. how many miles is on it? may have broken your timing chain.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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