My 1995 Ford Explorer 4.0 LT It turns over fine but it won't start.I've
had it checked out at the garage and the mechanic says it has fuel and
it has spark but it won't start. He also said it is loosing the pulse
to the injectors. You could try it 5 minutes later and it might
start.Then suddenly it won't start again.The crank sensor seems ok,the
pcm seems ok.Could it be the crank sensor ????? or maybe the pip sensor
????? This has been going on for about 3 months. Any suggestions?
Has anyone tried unplugging, inspecting, and then reconnecting all the
electrical connections to the devices that may have a bearing on his
problem. Since this seems like an intermittent electrical issue... that
might be an excellent place to start. It's easy... and costs very
little to try.
That has been done as they checked each connection and all the grounds
have been cleaned and reinstalled.The mechanic has checked everyting
over with the meter and says that he is puzzled.I've read in other
places about similiar problems but each one seems to have a different
fix.From the Cam position sensor to low compression(which by the way I
haven't checked yet,thats the latest one),to a de-immobolizzer on the
fuel pump?My mechanics have tried everytihg they can think of for now
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