Changed fuel pump 1999 ford e150 van . Turns over and tries to start . But wont

Asked by Feb 21, 2015 at 03:01 PM about the Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced fuel pump .  Tries to start . Fuel pump kicks on .

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i would check fuel filter

Thanks Johnathon . Changed filter . Then put new fuel pump in. First started having trouble while driving engine just started slowing down to slow idle . Towed home then changed stuff out . Tries to start like needs fuel ?

Its your Cam Shaft Speed sensor. Your van is now in default mode. There is a small magnet that came loose. They were made in Mexico and only glued down with a super glue type substance (the magnet) I have a 1999 E150. The magnet came loose, attached itself elsewhere inside the sensor cover. Ford dealer issue...

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