Want to test Startup unit: Ford pickup 250 1993 /460 cubic measure/7.2 L
Ford Pickup 250 series 460C 7.2L 1993.
Three different times, I had to recharge the battery- a life time battery, and today,the engine will not startup even after my battery is recharged and holding the charge; therefore, I thought I could test the Starting unit with an ohm meter, but I do not know where the B+ circuit is located, and the other circiut.
Perhaps, I have more than one problem: Starting unit and the battery charger.
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Well I will start by saying it can't be done. Now, there might be a way if you can find a pickup truck without ac. Standard pickup trucks with the 4.6 and 5.4 engines do come without ac in rare cases, especially ones sold in northern states. And the routing is the same for either truck engine without ac. But the belts are different between the pickup trucks and your Expedition. I don't know what difference is other than the Expedition belt is slightly shorter than the pickup truck belts with ac. You may be able to run a shorter belt over the pulley above the crank and then over the pulley above the compressor, but I would expect to find bolts and brackets in the way. And there is no way to know what the length would be without trying to measure the distance going that route, since engines without ac are routed differently. Some of the idler pulleys are in different places on the engines without ac. And since all Expeditions come with ac, there is no belt listed without ac to get the length.
Hi Kassie, The HiLux comes with a number of different engines options. It may have an R series or Y series petrol engine or an L series diesel engine. The L series is adjusted with shims which have to be measured and replaced and the Y series has hydrolic lifters, needing no adjustment only replacement. The R series I cannot remember, but will find out and contact you a little later. Regards John
the rotor button may be bad..YOU CAN CHECL THE PICK UP COIL WITH A VOLT OHM METER or the dreaded bad timing chain, does the rotor turn with the motor. these are a real cheap durable unit.. EBAY CLICK HERE..HEI