Van wont start

Asked by Oct 29, 2017 at 04:18 PM about the 1996 Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Van died while driving thought fuel pump changed
it... Nope then chnged ignition module and coil?
There seems to be no spark at all. What do i check
next this is getting exspensive

4 Answers

4,040

Have you tested crank sensor and camshaft sensors?

No I mean maybe the guy working on it has xhecked many things... There is no power or spark coming from anything.. He is baffled and im 400 dollars out in parts all non returnable being a fuel pump ignition coil and module... Even with connecting straight to fuel pump via wire this thing wont turn over

4,040

Both of these parts I listed can shut off your spark. There is a test for these so you are not replacing good parts. Also check your inertia switch which cuts off your fuel pump. It is by the passenger foot area on right wall. This is a quick check item.

REPLACE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR. FUEL INJECTION SHUTS OFF WITH BAD TPS.

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