2005 ford explorer sport trac

Asked by Oct 25, 2016 at 06:06 AM about the 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT 4WD Crew Cab

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The ole sport trac has made a ticking noise for
about a month now, well yesterday I was on the
expressway and it would jerk like hell back and
forth so I exited the highway before a cop seen me
and accused me of acting suspicious and shot me
so he could get his monthly quota and right when I
got off it just died. When I try to start it the lights,
radio, everything comes on except for the engine,
like you can hear it trying to turn over but it just
won't. If there is a car genius out there that can
help me I would pray to god every night that you
will win the lottery right after you married the
hottest chick in town.

1 Answer

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Sounds like your fuel.pump went bad. Try to start it once . If it doesn't start right up .cycle the key back and forth abiut 5 times .then attempt to start it again. If it gets closer to starting or even starts then dies you can be assured the fuel pump needs replacing . Good luck keep us posted .

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