98 Frd Contour was running changed the tranny fluid and oil and now it wont start

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Asked by Jan 07, 2014 at 12:22 PM about the 1998 Ford Contour 4 Dr LX Sedan

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Changed the tranny fluid and oil in my car and went to start it and wont fire.  Check plugs and wires all good, new timing belt.  It was running before I changed the oil and tranny fluid!!!

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Check your fuel pressure

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Yes we have fuel pressure. I is really weird I pulled it in to the garage to change the fuilds and went to start it and it wont fire.

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Make you didn't pull a connector loose at the coil, crankshaft sensor. check the ground connection at the battery for broken or corroded wire. This is the pcm ground.

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The small black wire with the connector at the battery.

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