turns over wont start

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Asked by May 09, 2016 at 11:22 AM about the 2002 Ford Focus SVT 2 Dr STD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my 2002 ford focus svt i was drive it it was running great i just left the red light  
and it just die i still had power it just stalled try to restart it would just turn
over try pull starting it nope my son put a code reader to it it said ignition fault
we chage ignition senor cam,and crank senors got fuel and spark timing belt
good can it be my key lost it program single i only have one key

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If you have a programed key then yes its possibly the problem. Especially with the code you got it being the ignition fault. Does your ford have a Anti Theft System on it? Is the Ats light on?

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iam not sure but there is no light on ford set it with the key theft system

640

But yes a programed key could cause this problem!

10

okay thank you that my next step will let you know now it gos i a few days

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