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More than likely, none of what you replaced was defective in the first place! You very like have a defective TPS, also known as a throttle position sensor. They are mechanically variable resistors, which get intermittent and JUMPS in resistance instead of a smooth change in resistance. You might also want to check your valve timing. I suspect you have a timing belt, but it could be a chain. But whether a chain or a belt, if the valve timing is wrong, it could idle okay, but be nearly powerless when trying to rev up. Good luck!
sounds like timing belt or chain has broke or maybe a timing gear. I would not advise trying to start it if this is the problem because you run the risk of bending the valves. TRY this to determine if it is the timing. Take cap off off valve pan cover " where you put the oil in " and using a flash light look down into the hole and have someone try to start it. IN most cases if the timing is out wou will see no movement of the rocker arms....hope this helps and good luck....
sounds like it could be a fuel problem. Have it the fuel system pressure checked at ur local auto shop. If the fuel pressure is okay, then i would be suspect of the timing belt being worn out and stretched. Have the shop check that at the same time. good luck!
Most Ford vehicles from 1985 and up have enough valve clearence so the valves do not get hit when the timing belt snaps. Since I worked for ford for many years I have only seen one with valve damage and the youg man said he was driving his car really hard at high RPM's. I believe you will be okay on your engine as long as when the belt broke the engine was not at high rpm's. If know one has told you those engine recommend a timing belt replacement every 60k. I hpe this helped and I hope this fixes your problem. Good luck, Roger
Hi ,One sugestion is to chech your timing belt by taking the oil cap of and look if the valvas move when some one else crank the enginee,If they dont move the belt is bad , if they move check for fuel delivery and ignition module. Good Luck.
If the motor is turning over but not starting take the distributor cap off and remove the coil wire from the coil. Have a friend turn the key to start and make sure the the rotor is turning while the car is cranking if it is not turning your timing belt is broke. Please let me know if you have any questions.