Cranks but doesn't start

Asked by Jul 22, 2015 at 10:21 PM about the 1992 Lincoln Mark VII

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1992 lincoln mark vii, i have done a
full and complete tune-up, new fuel pump
Starter ,alternator.
Now it starts and when i give it gas to drive
After 5 minutes it shuts off and won't
Start and would start hours later then same
thing all over again.
Really frustrating.

4 Answers

10

Could be miss firing or have lack of compression. EGR valve may be clogged.

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10

bad coil has to cool down to start over again the coil sounds to be goin out.

I went and changed the ignition coil But i had no luck

185

Our Lincoln Mark VIIs need air, fire, and fuel. If you replaced the fuel pump and did not retain the original fuel pump sock (intake filter), then you're most likely sucking air and can no longer let the fuel tank get anywhere below 1/4 tank (with a properly functioning fuel level indicator). Add a MINIMUM of five gallons of fresh fuel to your tank. Let us know the result.

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