1994 Ford Escort has new crank shaft sensor, new coil pack, new plugs wires, new ignition module and still won't start Help?

willnpatricia
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Asked by willnpatricia Mar 23, 2013 at 09:35 PM about the 1994 Ford Escort 4 Dr LX Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

turns over but will not start ran fine in the morning but when went to leave for the day would not start.

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judge_roy
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fuel system reduces pressure fuel pressure regulator faulty because of rotten vacuum line leading to it

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judge_roy
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Yes. fuel pressure regulator,

Pontiacacacacac
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Is it spark or fuel?

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judge_roy
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fuel pressure regulator....I'm guessin' fuel...how do you like them beans?

judge_roy
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actually the vacuum source to the fuel pressure regulator has gone kaput, takin the fuel source with it. replace these butyl vacuum hoses with nitrile hoses.

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judge_roy
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Don't ask me how I know this, I just do...it's your trail of clues what has put me at this conclusion...final rendering....gavel down....court dismissed.

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