Question about 1997 Ford Aspire
Try checking your Inertia switch in the rear cargo area. It is on the Drivers side rear strut tower. There is an access plug and you need to push down on a reset button. Sometimes when you jar the car or disconnect the Battery this part disconnects.
When you worked on the water pump, did you disconnect the wire going to the Distributor? Also undo the cap and wipe it clean. With steam and spray, the cap can get condensation beneath it and short out. You may want to use some WD40 spray and see if that helps.
Check for a Relay box under the hood. The ignition sometimes has a relay and the spray could have shorted it. WD40 may disperse the water. Good luck on this and I hope my solutions are very helpful for you.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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