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My ford explorer 2003 won't start it will crank but that is it what could be ther porblem

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Fuel pump or the fuel pump shutoff switch might be poped look in owner manul for the fuel shuttoff switch see if it poped if it did rest it

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part of the system you're going to check.
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and/or
have a shop with scan tool to diagnose exactly the other problem(s).

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