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2005 Ford explorer 4 later V6 will not start

Replace coil replaced crankcase sensor replaced harmonic balancer replaced camshaft sensor still will not run

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You need to find out wht is missing , fuel , spark or compression . Videos on youtube show how to check for these thing's .

First off what happens when you turn the key to start ? Does the starter engage an spin the engine around ? If that happens it's not the PATS - anti-theft system - this system on your vhehicle will disable the starter fro working.

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You need to find out wht is missing , fuel , spark or compression . Videos on youtube show how to check for these thing's .

First off what happens when you turn the key to start ? Does the starter engage an spin the engine around ? If that happens it's not the PATS - anti-theft system - this system on your vhehicle will disable the starter fro working.

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Important, disconnect negative cable from the battery before doing any work on electrical system. Wear safety goggles.

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