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No spark v6 ford explorer - 1998 Ford Explorer

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  • scott mackenzie Aug 25, 2008

    Help! i have a 94 explorer sport, 224,000 miles. Wouldn't start the other week so i checked the fuel pressure at the manifold - nil, so i replaced the fuel pump and fuel filter, now i have plenty of fuel but no spark. i haven't replaced the plugs/wires in a while so i did that, still no spark. Replaced coil pack and crankshaft position sensor. Still no spark. running out of money and options any ideas?

  • Ted Horn Oct 22, 2008

    I have the exact same problem with my 94 Explorer. It would shut down while I was driving, then very rough running unitl it reved up to 3K rpm.

    Yesterday, I was traveling back to my home when the engine cut off completely, no resart at all. Fuel pressure was 36psi (within spec 35-40).The mechanic is now going over it to see if he can fix it.

    I am a graduate student and do not have a lot of money for repair, or to replace the explorer.

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Check all your ground!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If you have changed the spark plugs then the problem would be the starter.

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