My van worked fine yesterday this morning i went to start it it started then died. Now it wont start turns over but wont start. Has fuel
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1997 Mercury Villager Question: Van wont start
Answer #1voodoo February 07, 2011, 18:03Enthusiast
have you had the battery or alternator tested ? does the volt gauge go to low volts when you try to start it ?
Replycasteeltina, February 07, 2011, 18:12Rookie
battery is fine has plenty of charge not draining by trying to start it either
Replyvoodoo, February 07, 2011, 18:16Enthusiast
have you tried checking the fuel rail pressure ?
Replycasteeltina, February 07, 2011, 18:17Rookie
no how do you do this?
Replyvoodoo, February 07, 2011, 18:25Enthusiast
it looks like a tire valve stem on the top side of the engine , now this is messy doing this , have someone try to start it , while taking a screw driver to the center of it like you were letting air out , to make sure fuel is being pumped to the injectors . so watch out for spraying gas !!!
Answer #2DaveJHM February 07, 2011, 23:48Master
With respect, I would advise strongly against doing such a thing. The port is there for a gauge to be installed, not to be depressed in a rudimentary test of spraying fuel. I understand what you are suggesting, but feel as if this act would be putting the consumer in harms way.