My 2001 Ford E352 Goshen Coach Mini Bus will not start. Can you help?

Asked by Sherry Nov 22, 2020 at 12:19 PM about the 2001 Ford E-Series

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My mini bus lost power accelerating up a slight hill on the freeway going
about 60 mph .  It stopped running.  When I try to start it it will turn over but it
will not catch.  The mechanic says the battery, alternator, fuel lines engine
and transmission all check out as far as they can tell.  It is getting power, it
just will not catch to start.  Do you have any ideas on what the problem might
be or what type of repair shop to try next?

2 Answers


Did the mechanic happen to mention what the fuel pressure was registering at? Give the intake a shot of starter fluid and see what happens. Also did he say anything about spark?

Best Answer Mark helpful

Thank you. I will ask him. He did not say anything about spark.

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