Ford mustang 2000-03 turns over but won't start

Asked by Oct 31, 2016 at 06:14 AM about the 2002 Ford Mustang Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Friend of mine had blow out on the front  diver side  
it  rip some of the wires under the fender the speed
control  harness is the one . Would that keep the
car from running

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Ripped wires can do many things. Fix those first and report back if future issues. A car cranking and not starting is usually a fuel issue. Check the fuel pressure too.

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Repairing a harness can lead to shorts & even fire if not done correctly, so If your friend is dealing with wires that look like shredded spaghetti & needs to get another harness tell him that the shop I work at can sell him a good used harness. Just have him give us a call so one of the guys here can get that out to him! www.prestigemustang.com 7702-07-PONY-(7669)

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