Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
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Two things to look at. A faulty fuel pump or a faulty coil pack. If the fuel pump is faulty there will be no fuel to burn. If there's a good fuel flow then the coil pack can be faulty. If the coil pack is faulty it tends not to give current to the plugs. Have the two looked at to be sure what part needs replacement.
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