truck will not start

Asked by Jul 01, 2013 at 02:03 PM about the Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

truck died after driving a few feet. No fuel from pump. replaced fuel pump assembly, fuel relay and still no fuel.

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How about the inertia (impact) switch? It's designed to interrupt the fuel circuit in the event of a crash but they do mess up on occasion. The owner's manual will have it's location. The other fuel interrupt is a theft (or anti-theft) system.

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my 2001 sport trac would not start neither. just died one day. well i put new plugs in and started then died.then i took both o2 sensors out of manifold b4 the catelytic convertors after doin that it fired up.the problem all along was clogged cat

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