At first, it would turn over and die, turn over and die. Then, eventually it would start. After driving about 1 mile, it would just die in traffic. The next time I drove it, same thing, turn over and die. The check engine light came on, and now it won't start.
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2000 Ford Expedition Question: Truck Won't Start
Answer #1Brian Glastetter January 02, 2011, 20:23Master
Ford fuel pumps are notorious for failing on this model, but typically, they fail in a way that is a crank no start- they usually do not cause it to stall while driving. A failed crankshaft position sensor could cause your issue, but without knowing what diagnostic trouble codes that are in the PCM, it is impossible to advise.