Hi,ive just done engine swap on above vehicle,old unit been kettled. What i assumed as one out the other one in,isnt the case. Problem is no fuel reaching injectors. Ive swapped injection pump position sensor+fuel cut off switch with old engine. Im thinking immobiliser fault possibly? The breaker assures me that he had driven donor vehicle,guaranteed. Its a 2001 non turbo model. Any ideas? customer needs back asap+ive gotten bald spot with all the scratching. Any pointers will be really appreciated.
Check the fuel line to the tank to make sure the fuel is flowing also make sure its not hooked up back wards to the return line . prime the injector pump if not self primer.also loosen off the injector and bleed them .and if that doesn't work ring fords service centre they should be able to give you a few more tips i hope this helps .
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Anything done to car, or happened recently that might affect this? If starter fluid doesn't work, and starter is cranking normally (too fast may point to a timing belt broke, too slow may mean battery run down and not producing sufficient spark), there's still a problem in your ignition. Pull a sparkplug or two. After cranking a little they should be wet with gas. Check for compression while a plug is out: hold your finger over plug hole when cranking. You should feel pressure buildup and release over and over as long as cranking. A properly timed engine needs spark, fuel, and compression to start. Keep reviewing your procedure. Something is not right. You may want to have the computer scanned for possible trouble codes. Check plug wires for proper routing. Were plugs gapped right?
You don't need to change the computer as long as you used the same size engine and since it runs I assume you do. Have you checked the voltage on the battery to see if the alternator is working? And what codes do you have in the computer that is turning the CE light on. It is likely that you just have a bad connection on one sensor or one that is bad.
First locate your stater on your truck. Take the two bolts holding it on off, remove old starter, replace with new (taking care to watch how old one comes off) put new one in the same way old came off tighten two bolts holding it secure.
this may sound funny but i had an old dodge car that did that exact thing....turns out that i had to replace or repair the ground straps and also the cables to the battery and starter....it was fine after that.