No crank no start I check the oil and it has oil the starter is ok and battery is ok what can be the problem

Asked by Mar 07, 2015 at 11:21 PM about the 2002 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I'd have your mechanic check the battery cables and grounds as well as the ignition switch.

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You say it doesn't crank but starter is ok! do you mean it won't start but the engine turns over or the starter does not even turn? If the starter is working but the engine won't start, try turning on the headlights and see if they dim when you try to start it. Report back.

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First of all your oil has nothing to do with your problem , it could be a bad ignition switch ,bad starter not engaging , & a electrical problem..

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Still not starting help

6,215

First, do you have spark? If not, troubleshoot the ignition system. Then, do you have fuel to the engine? if not, troubleshoot fuel pump, lines, etc. Also, check computer for problems.

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yes i have 2001 crown vic it want start but the lights come on

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My 03 just sounded like it was on 7 cylinders and it was shuttering plus it sounded like a severe vacuum hose leak but now it won’t even start:( help?

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