im confused

Asked by Jul 22, 2010 at 12:36 AM about the Ford Escort

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car doesnt want to start i tried a timming chain and als the fuel pump any cluess anybody???????    =(

8 Answers

check the ecm fuse,if blown car wont start,is in fuse box.

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what year car and to the replier which one is the ecm fuse

look in your fuse box,eather on the box or fuse box itself it will say ecm,if inside the fuse box cover it will be numbered,just look for the one that reads ECM,look in fuse box,find that # pull fuse see if blown.


What does the vehicle do when you try to start? Lots of things could cause a no-start.

Escort is the main problem,they were throw away cars after so many the K-cars,good for only a certian amount of miles,no body would take them in on a trade.

Look Dumb A$$,we are a Q & A for automobiles,take your WHORE,S & no nonsince postings someplace else.


what type of car do you have ? try the spark plugs mabey ?

first did you get the timeing right,line up the dots on the gears,also check ecm fuse to see if blown.

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