no start but cranks fine

Asked by May 27, 2013 at 10:00 PM about the 1991 Ford Escort

Question type: General

no spark changed coil do to power going in nothing out same thing so changed crank sensor same I have fuel press don't know were to go next

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Look at the timing belt. Especially if there's a no spark condition. Does it sound a little "free" when you're cranking the engine? Loosen the two nuts on the timing cover, shine a light on the pulley (so you can see) and have someone crank the engine.

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