turns over wont start, no sound from fuel pump.

Asked by Dec 18, 2013 at 08:57 PM about the 1996 Ford Contour 4 Dr GL Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Checked fuse, emergency shut off switch,fuel relay. Pump works wired direct to a power source. Engine
turns over but do sent start.

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Does it start with a little bit of Throttle Body Cleaner sprayed into the intake (with the boot off or peeled back just a little bit from the Throttle Body... That will tell you whether it's truly a fuel delivery issue or something else, though it does sound like a fuel issue.

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the ASD relay energized?

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check the connector for supply voltage on one end of the connector...and more than zero ohms for the motor windings~ going to have to suggest the MAIN 1/0 cable as it attaches to the frame/chassis needs to be wirebrushed clean to insure steady GROUND to the fuel systems...including the relay, asd, fuel pump~

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It want start.it will turn over but want start

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