Key turns all the idiot lights do their thing, I hear the fuel pump coming on and the relay is clicking to send voltage to the starter. It cranks but engine will not start. The fuel pressure is good, but the fuel line, fuel filter, injectors, or carb may be dirty or clogged. My family has bought nothing but Fords, and I have never had a problem like this where the dealership continously ignores and or denies the saftey issues of this! But you should really have this looked at by a pro. When you turn your key to accessory, you should hear your fuel pump kick on. I turned over the key to see the valves and such and the car started. No it can't be the engine! This will cost over 2k as I am over the mileage in the warranty surely this should not be happening in a 2015 car with full service history.
You should be able to hear the pump run for just a second. But as soon as I put back the sparkplug in the hole. The other theory is that the bendix expands when warm and binds up the starter. I couldn't have paid a shop to swap the engine. You could have damaged the fuel pump.
If the engine doesn't spin when you turn the key to start ,what good would pouring fuel into the engine through the throttle plate? Remove this and check to see if it is burnt. No noise coming from starter - and intermittently it will start. Then it still didn't do anything. After the rebuild, it ran well for another 46,000 miles. I drained the oil and it had no metallic content. Once it can start, the car running smoothly even if I drive for 5 hours non-stop. I have swapped it as well.
I'll let you know if it works. The battery seemed fine, the lights worked, the radio played. It does not have a fuel return line on it and it is full of air. When I can't get it to start, the only answer is to leave it to sit several hours over night and it will start when I come back to it. Now, if one or more contacts on the wires harness fail to produce any voltage, this will confirm a faulty wiring harness. Curiosity got to me and I took the cam cover off. Do not buy a 2002 motor as they are the worse!! I am thinking it is the starter because you have been having starting problems.
Next, change your fuel filter should be under the car, underneath the rear passenger seat , then check the fuel pressure with a tester available at most auto stores … If you've run the car completely out of gas, you may have burnt out your fuel pump. It should be labeled and shouls be located in the engine compartment fuse box. Now I say it was wet and it was. If you smell fuel, it could be a glogged filter, it could be a bad fuel pump, it could be a bad ignition coil, it could be a bad catylatic converter. Not sure of the real name but it has a power line to it and a vacuum line going in and one coming out that goes to the actual egr valve.
Let me know what happens. It could be any one, or a combination of several of these factors. I contacted Ford and even though there was hundreds of complaints about the same exact thing happening between 90,000 and 110,000 miles, there is no recall put in for it! If I ever do get this thing loose, I already know it will be a bear to snake the starter out from it's location, and another issue to reinstall it. This was the first of two engine failures on this car. I stopped the engine because I knew something had fallen into one of the cylinders. Ford has been no help at all I ask about recalls they always give the run around as in oh the man that handles that isn't here now call back later, obviously this man is either non existent or Ford doesn't want to fess up to their mistakes! I got the engine from a wrecking yard.
Paid off the 3 year loan early this year feeling good! So I ran it at speed 1. I went out later to try starting it again, but could not get ignition. This month new rear tires and rear shocks also. A couple of things could have happened. Ford should indeed be ashamed of themselves. I've taken it to a reputable mechanic who says he can't find the problem unless the engine light is on sending the signal identifying the problem.
But when I checked the fuse box I discovered the Fuel Pump fuse was shorted out. It would have cost twice what the car was worth by then. I looked it up online because I couldn't figure out why my car was running just fine the day before, then wouldn't start the next day, and sure enough, complaint all over the internet of the same exact thing happening to the same make model and year vehicle! Thanks Jason Mar 21, 2012 Possible coolant leak on hot engine parts causing it to evaporate as it leaks. I have no idea where to even start with it. What other reasons could there be for it not to start? Since you have power inside the car, the battery and power connection should be good. This only happened when the car already running, parking, turned off as usual and when you want to start it again. At first the car ran great, I drove it for about 2 months with no problems.