my 1994 ford f150 will crank but will not start...

Asked by Oct 29, 2014 at 03:22 PM about the 1994 Ford F-150

Question type: General

my husband just did alot of work to our truck and while driving it acts like it missing and
sputters..today he drove it to work and went to start it, it will crank but won't start.

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12,960

check fuel pump relay. when was the last time it got a fuel filter.

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I agree. First check your inertia fuel cut off switch. If button is popped up then press it back in. If that is reset and still will only turn over but not start then I would check for what's missing. Fuel, fire or air. Do fuel pressure check at the fuel rail. If fuel pressure is correct then check for fire at the spark plugs. If all plugs have fire then let's move to other items to check. But I fill you will find either to have no or low fuel pressure or no spark(fire) at the spark plugs. Let us know what you find and we can help figure out what's causing it.

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150

If you have fuel might be pickup coils in the distributer

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I have good fuel pressure to the fuel rail, spark at plugs, new pcm no codes, new ignition module, vacuum lines checked, ground wires checked. It seems that the fuel is not getting into the cylinders at the right time, or the timing is way off however checked the timing mechanically 8dbtc, new fuel pressure regulator. I need some ideas of what to check next, please help?

12,960

You may have "good" pressure at the rail, but you have to have the correct pressure. I know it is goofy, but if the pressure isn't within specs for your vehicle it wont run. google the correct pressure and either get an inexpensive fuel pressure gauge or have it tested somewhere.

My 94 f150 won't start it cranks over but won't start and the fuel pump is good and there is air but there is no spark coming out of the plugs has new ignition coil and distributor cap and rotor and still has no spark what can I do to fix it what's wrong

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