Question about 1991 Ford Explorer
No previous problems; started at work... died after brief run... cranks smoothly... no kick (fire)... pump and filter replaced... still cranks, no fire ... ???
Check inertia switch located behind glove box.
Posted on Feb 17, 2013
Has anyone checked the fuel pressure? Is there Spark at the Spark plugs? These are very important things that I need to know to help you.
The fuel pump shut off switch is in the rear luggage area on one of the sides under the plastic covering. Make sure that the plunger is pushed down and that there is power to the switch for only 2 seconds right after you turn on the ignition you do not have time to turn on the ignition and walk back the power shuts off in 2 seconds. you need two people if you have power TO the switch then check for power OUT of the switch in the very same way if you have power to and out and the pump does not run contact me at
Make sure you have spark plugs
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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