Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
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For example, does the engine turn over when you turn the key? If not, it can be the starter, starter switch, ignition switch, or one of the fusable links.
If it turns over, the starter is probably good.
Are you getting fuel to the engine at the proper pressure?
If the pressure is too low, or non-existant, it is probably the fuel pump. You really need to isolate the problem.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
Hello, although i am not familiar with the F150 i can tell you that all automatic vehicles have a switch on the gearbox, in Australia its called a inhibitor switch, this switch tells the computer when and when not it can start the vehicle, usually in park and neutral, they are usually adjustable by loosening and slightly twisting it, if you take it to a automatic transmission specialist they can check this for you in 10 minutes which is usually what causes your problem. Being a late model vehicle it may have a few sensors/switches on there so make sure who ever looks at it they know what they are doing.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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