Question about 1999 Lincoln Continental
Have firing problems to the coil pack and spark plugs. change the crank shaft sensor change the coil pack that was miss firing and all the spark plugs and boots car will still not start and no fuel is getting to the plugs fuel pump is not making a noise when you turn the key what else can be the problem is there a relay switch or fuse that i need to check or change or change out all the coil packs
I would first,change the spark plugs only if they were in the motor,say three years and 50,000. Not just to fix a misfire
Second you can only change a COP Coil, if you have a code or a way of knowing which one is bad. Again,why would you change all of them, when they all now work?
Crank Sensors rarely fail,so what test did you do to determine that was necessary?
Also.how would you know ,you had a missing coil, if you had no crank signal?
Now lets go from where you are now
Did you check fuel pressure,key-on ,eng off,with a pressure gauge?
Fuel filter fairly new?
Do you have all the ducting from the air cleaner to throttle body on and no vacuum leaks?
Do you have the MAF sensor connected. No signal,no start!!
Let me know what help you need
Posted on May 08, 2010
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