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My 2004 ford explorer cranks but it will not start everything work lights etc no alarm

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OK. We need spark-fuel-and compression to start (and we need these at the correct time) U will need to spark tester or substitute to check spark. Spark should be blue and jump at least 1" in lenght. Check for "Noid" light at fuel injectors. One side of injector is 12volt power and the other side is grounded by pcm to "spray" fuel. Do you hear the fuel pump? Also scan for codes. Does it crank normally...sounds normal?

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2004 Ford Explorer will not start


What happens when you turn the key to start the vehicle ? Does the starter spin the engine ? Crank - no start condition ! Or does nothing happen when you turn the key to the start position ? NO - CRANK - NO START condition ! Two totally different diagnostic procedures.
So will not start how ?

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Does all. Factory anti theift systems on a 2004 ford explorer. Have a valet reset button under stirring column.


There are no reset buttons for a factory security system.

I would start buy checking for fuel pressure and spark. There will be a test port for fuel pressure on the fuel rail. you should see around 35 psi. If there is none than check for power to the fuel pump. I suspect you will find a fuel issue.

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My 2004 explorer will not crank with key will crank with screwdriver on starter but will not start.


Well, since is cranks at the starter with a screwdriver, I will assume that the battery and starter motor are functional.
The other things to check would be:
1. Possible problem caused by any aftermarket device including remote start or alarm system. If you have any aftermarket devices installed, you may have to disconnect them to find out the cause of your problem.
2. Possible problem with the factory antitheft system. i.e.the system is not recognizing your key, etc. - you may want to try a different key. Look for the "SECURITY" or "THEFT" light flashing.
3. Possible problem with your Transmission Range Sensor. Make sure the transmission is ALL THE WAY in PARK. If you are sure it is in PARK, also try it in NEUTRAL. Sometimes it will still start in neutral if the sensor is bad.

There is also a Technical Service Bulletin published by Ford Motor Company for a no-crank condition for your vehicle.

Technical Service Bulletin Number: 06-19-14
Date Of Issue: October 2, 2006
Issue: Some vehicles may exibit a no crank condition due to an open circuit in the starter relay to starter motor circuit at the starter motor connection.
Service Procedure:
A new starter terminal wiring pigtail kit has been released, eliminating the need to replace the entire harness for the terminal connection.
Parts Information:
Part Number: 6U2Z-14S411-NA
Part Name: Wiring Pigtail Kit

If all of the above fails to help you figure it out, then the computer may be disabling the starter and/or fuel for some reason. The only way to find out is to scan your computer system for fault codes.

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My 2004 ford explorer wont start, theft light on dash blinks fast when key is turned on to start. all dash lights come on, just nothing to the starter. hear a clicking under dash fuse box thats it. what...


got a 2004 ford explorer it wont start but it turns over put fuel pump starter evap canister and purge valve it was broke,and a battery fuel filter,tac system and it still wont crank



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Is it after market? If it is simply unlpugging the wire connectors will disable the alarm.

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2004 Ford Explorer won't start after battery recharge


A FORD MACHANIC HAS TOLD ME THAT IN FACT THE KEY HAS TO BE RECODED. MY SITUATION IS EXACTLY THE SAME. HE SAID TO RECODE THE KEY I HAD TO TURN THE IGNITION TO THE RUN POSITION, THE SECURITY LIGHT ON THE DASH WILL FLASH RAPIDLY AND CONTINUE TO FLASH FOR 15 MINUTES . WITHIN FIVE MINUTES AFTER THE LIGHT STOPS FLASHING I MUST TURN OFF THE IGNITION FOR ONE SECOND AND TURN IMMEDIATLY BACK TO THE RUN POSITION FOR 15 MORE MINUTES. THE LIGHT WILL GO OFF AGAIN . WITHIN 5 MIN. I MUST TURN OFF THE IGNITION FOR ONE SECOND AND TURN BACK TU RUNNING POSITION. 15 MINUTES LATER REPEAT STEPS AGAIN AND THE KEY WILL BE REPROGRAMMED, AND STSRT THE CAR. GOOD LUCK MY CONTACT IS A FORD MASTER MECHANIC.

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1998 ford Explorer starting


check your ground cables for corrosion or looseness- it starts slow bwcause everything is still cold, after a few seconds of cranking the voltage heats the cables up and makes a better connection... also check your positive cables.

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2004 Ford Explorer not starting


Is the engine turning over? When you turn the key to the on position, does it behave normally? IE, do the battery and airbag and other lights come on when you turn the key to on position?

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96 ford explorer no power no crank no anything


Sounds like a connection problem/error. When you replaced the starter solenoid, do you remember how many wires you disconnected and reconnected?

Was there any indication ( sparks, etc) of accidentally causing a short when you replaced the solenoid?

Your initial problem of no start but hearing the click sound is almost a sure fire indication that the starter is NG. If the solenoid clicks, that means that it is applying 12 volts to the starter.

hope this helps Good luck Loringh

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