Truck will not start replaced distributor,wont start sparkplugs wires has fire,two days earlier contuniously tried to start truck. Could I cause damage to spark plugs because of this,what next shoud I attempt?
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2002 Ford Explorer Question: will not start
Answer #1Superbob November 22, 2010, 17:06Master
You would need to check spark, fuel pressure and injector function, you didn't say whether you have done this. If these tests are over your head, I think you need to tow the truck to a Ford specialist.
No, you can't do damage to your sparkplugs by trying to start the rig, but if there's too much fuel, the plugs could be wet.
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Answer #2delane 72 garage and body shop November 22, 2010, 23:36Master
ck fuel pressure use carb cleaner spray in throd throt if it fuel pump it shood crank make shure dist is install right