Question about 2001 Ford Escape
Spray a little starting fluid into the throttle body and try to see if it will start. Also, check the pressure relief valve on the fuel rail and see if any fuel comes out when you press on the schrader valve. The relief valve should have a cap on it and it looks like an air valve. The fuel should squirt out if the fuel pump is operating properly. If it dribbles out, then it's likely the fuel pump. However, after sitting for two years, it may have a clogged fuel filter or a gummed up fuel system.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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