Starting problem V10

Asked by Dec 24, 2010 at 03:39 AM about the 2000 Ford Excursion Limited 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

On a few occasions  recently it will not fire, turns over well, sometimes it happens when cold, sometimes when hot, sometimes it will start fine, then after its stopped but still hot, it won't start, found the fuel pump relay and pushed that, started after a few atempts , are there any relays to check under the hood, or could it be the rotor cap maybe?, it has 115k on the odemeter, any advice apprecieated. i am located in Apache Junction AZ, Thanks.

6 Answers

have crank sencor replaced.

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Thanks Papa, I'll get that looked at.

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i know that was a year ago , i have the same trouble , did the crank sensor fix it?

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im having the same trouble any ideas

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my problem was the fuel pump, it would work and then it wouldnt

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where is the crank sencor on ford v10

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